Eads is IRS e-commerce director

Eads is IRS e-commerce director

The IRS has appointed James R. Eads Jr. director of e-commerce for the Large and Mid-Size Business Division’s international programs.

Eads will develop programs on tax administration and compliance issues surrounding e-business.

“He will be charged with meeting the challenges of e-business, a new and rapidly evolving phenomenon that affects tax administrators and the business community around the world,” said Larry Langdon, commissioner of the division.

Eads had been a partner at Ernst & Young LLP of New York. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a law degree from the University of Arkansas.


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