The federal tax code is rumored to be anywhere from 2500 pages to 2.5 million pages. The feds themselves list at about 17 thousand pages, however, that is in a tiny font. With all the different titles and legislation added in, I don't think anyone knows the realistic length of the Internal revenue code.
The Internal Revenue is a government agency that is subject to Title 26 United States Code. The Internal revenue Service is a private debt collection agency subject to Title 15 of the United States Code and is a private collection agency contracted by the Internal Revenue.
Congress write the tax code. Officially called the Internal Revenue Code. Whereas, the Internal Revenue Service implements the tax code and how it applies.
The Internal Revenue Code, Title 26 of the United States Code, as enacted by Congress and enforced by the Internal Revenue Service.
While one could visit their local library to learn all there is to know about internal revenue code, the internet is a much more convenient source of information. One powerhouse site on the internet, becoming more and more reliable each day, is Wikipedia. It is here that one could be reliably informed on internal revenue code.
The IRS is in charge of collecting Taxes and interpreting the Internal Revenue Code
The title "401(k)" references a section of the Internal Revenue Code.
Section 7702 of the Internal Revenue Code
It doesn't mean anything. It is the label of the section in the Internal Revenue Code.
Started in 1862 as the bureau of internal revenue, name changed to internal revenue service in 1953.
Internal Revenue Service was created in 1953.