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Sarah Hall Ingram

Director of the Affordable Care Act Office

Internal Revenue Service

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.gov

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Internal Revenue Service

1973 North Rulon White Blvd.

Ogden, Utah,84404

United States

Company Description

The IRS automatically provides filing and penalty relief to any taxpayer with an IRS address of record that is located in the designated disaster area. As such, taxpayers need not contact the IRS requesting relief. In some instances, the IRS will also waive la... more

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Employment History

Small Group Seminar Coordinator (Part-Time), Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

University of Toronto


Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine

University Health Network


Pharmacist (Part-Time)

Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation


Deputy Associate Chief Counsel

EBEO


Commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division

Tea Party


Affiliations

District of Columbia Bar

Member


Education

Georgetown Law


Yale


Bachelor of Arts

Yale University


juris doctor

Georgetown University Law School


law degree

Georgetown


law degree

Georgetown University Law School


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www.nonprofitlawblog.com

At a Continuing Legal Education event on Nonprofit Governance in 2009, Sarah Hall Ingram, (then) Commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) of the IRS, explained the IRS's increased attention on governance as related to "a number of key organizational and operating principles that the IRS has already articulated, and that find their origin in the Internal Revenue Code.
They are not expressly laid out in the Code, nor do they need to be, but the principles of governance that are of concern to the IRS should derive from the requirements for tax exemption, and should aid an organization in meeting them. One identified principle of governance by Ingram was transparency. Ingram stated "board decisions should be reflected in minutes, that records supporting decisions should be retained for reasonable periods…. At a Continuing Legal Education event on Nonprofit Governance in 2009, Sarah Hall Ingram, (then) Commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) of the IRS, explained the IRS's increased attention on governance as related to "a number of key organizational and operating principles that the IRS has already articulated, and that find their origin in the Internal Revenue Code. They are not expressly laid out in the Code, nor do they need to be, but the principles of governance that are of concern to the IRS should derive from the requirements for tax exemption, and should aid an organization in meeting them. One identified principle of governance by Ingram was transparency. Ingram stated "board decisions should be reflected in minutes, that records supporting decisions should be retained for reasonable periods….


www.nonprofitlawblog.com

At a Continuing Legal Education event on Nonprofit Governance in 2009, Sarah Hall Ingram, (then) Commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) of the IRS, explained the IRS's increased attention on governance as related to "a number of key organizational and operating principles that the IRS has already articulated, and that find their origin in the Internal Revenue Code.
They are not expressly laid out in the Code, nor do they need to be, but the principles of governance that are of concern to the IRS should derive from the requirements for tax exemption, and should aid an organization in meeting them. One identified principle of governance by Ingram was transparency. Ingram stated "board decisions should be reflected in minutes, that records supporting decisions should be retained for reasonable periods….


www.theocaldwell.com [cached]

Beyond Ms. Lerner's paid, indefinite vacation, Sarah Hall Ingram, who was commissioner for the IRS' tax-exempt division while it targeted Tea Party groups, has received over $100,000 in bonuses and placed in charge of Obamacare enforcement.


www.lydiamartin.net [cached]

Insufficient funds zyprexa j code As if that were not daunting enough, Sarah Hall Ingram also likely will be questioned by Republicans about her previous IRS job.
She headed the IRS tax-exempt division at the time it started subjecting conservative groups allied with the Tea Party movement to extra scrutiny.


www.taxexemptlaw.org [cached]

IRS' Sarah Hall Ingram: Speech "Nonprofit Governance - The View from the IRS", 6/23/09 (PDF)
Fundraising Registration, Charity Reporters, 990 Sites, 990 Issues, Key State Reporting Issues


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