Holmstrom serves as the problem resolution officer for the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration.
What does PRO stand for?
PRO stands for Problem Resolution Officer
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- Point de Raccordement Optique (France TELECOM)
- Police Regional Office (Philippines)
- Potomac Region Outings (Sierra Club Virginia Chapter)
- Precision RISC (reduced instruction set computing) Organization
- Prepare, Read and Organize (reading process)
- Preplanned Response Option
- Pricing and Revenue Optimization (Manugistics Group, Inc.)
- Principal Race Officer (sailboat racing)
- Prioritized Regional Objective
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prior to 1998, all the people working cases under the auspices of the Taxpayer Advocate, namely in the problem resolution program or the people working as problem resolution officers or employees working problem resolution cases, were all functional employees.
The IRSRRA '98 also replaced the local problem resolution officers with local taxpayer advocates who report directly to the National Taxpayer Advocate (who in turn reports directly to the Commissioner), and expanded the authority of the National Taxpayer Advocate to issue taxpayer assistance orders.
The Advocate designated the authority to issue TAOs to the local and regional problem resolution officers (PROs).
Under current law, in order for a Problem Resolution Officer (PRO) to issue a TAO, the PRO must determine whether the taxpayer is suffering or is about to suffer a significant hardship.
Monks reviewed the changes effected by the Taxpayer Bill of Rights 2 (T2), including changes in the rules relating to Taxpayer Assistance Orders (TAOs) and the enhanced linkage between the Taxpayer Advocate and the Problem Resolution Officers (PROs) in the field.
One of the most effective tools the IRS has for assisting taxpayers is the problem resolution officer, known within the agency as a PRO.
The filing of Form 911, Application for Taxpayer Assistance Order to Relieve Hardship, with the TA or a Problem Resolution Officer, puts a stay on any matter before the IRS for a 24-hour period.