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    The Internal Revenue is an agency, internal revenue is concept. Title 26 flip flops constantly between the 2 depending on the usage, THE INTERNAL REVENUE
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      The Internal Revenue is an agency, internal revenue is concept. Title 26 flip flops constantly between the 2 depending on the usage,  THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE is a bureau.
      Bureau has a distinct definition.
       
      Title 26:
                               section 7802 (b)(1)(c)
      7802 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE OVERSIGHT BOARD
      (b)(1)(c) one member shall be the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue.
      Hence, Title 26 is The Internal Revue Code not The Internal Revenue Service Code.
       
                              Sec. 601.101   Introduction.
      (a) General. The Internal  Revenue Service is a bureau of the 
      Department of the Treasury under  the immediate direction of the Commissioner of no the Internal Revenue.
       
      Through our the code these 3 different terms appear and can get rather confusing or cause one to think they are all the same. If you read any section and know the difference your opinions of the meaning of that section may change.
       
      Knowing the legal definitions as used in the Code is necessary to understand the trick:
      INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE Agent;
      Bureau;
      taxpayer;
      person;
      there are a lot more.
       


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