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IRS Supervisory Internal Revenue Agent Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Feb 4, 2014
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I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at IRS.

Interview Details – Apply on USA Jobs. Add transcripts, resume, cover letter. Invitation to take accounting test follows. Score an A. If you don't get an A, you can't retest and you won't get an interview. The test is easy if you have an accounting degree. Then interview with territory manager follows.

Interview Question – Questions are behavioral. "What would you do if you had to make a $20,000 adjustment to the tax of a single mother who is a waitress" or "you don't have enough time to meet every deadline and there is no overtime available. What would you do"   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiating. GS-7 or GS-9 to start

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I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at IRS.

Interview Details – Applied for the position via USAJOBS, took about 2 months prior to hearing back, interview was scheduled rather quick, within the following week

Interview Question – describe how you decreased the taxpayer's burden(internal question)   View Answers (2)

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