With tax season upon us, a former IRS employee offers an insider’s account of one of this country’s most powerful – and most feared – institutions. Author Richard Yancey spent 12 years working for the IRS. He reveals how the power of his position almost led him to spiritual bankruptcy.

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  • Richard Yancey worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 12 years. He is a produced playwright, a former theatre critic, and a published novelist.

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