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Dr. William Stevenson, President of National Tax Consultants, Inc. was selected as one of "America's Best Financial Planners" by the Consumers' Research Council of America, located in Washington, D.C. The selection process is based upon a point value system that awards points for education, years of practice and affiliations with professional organizations.

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Dr. William Stevenson, President of National Tax Consultants, Inc. and  the spokesperson for the National Council for Taxpayer Advocacy, testified once again before the Ways & Means Committee on April 7, 2005. His testimony titled "BALANCE BETWEEN SERVICE AND ENFORCEMENT AS MISSIONS OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE" can be read by clicking on this text.

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    In 2002, Dr. William Stevenson, President of National Tax Consultants, Inc. was named “Accountant of the Year” by the National Society of Accountants.

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   Dr. William Stevenson, President of National Tax Consultants, Inc. announced that Ms. Kiyoto Sawai of Kyoto, Japan will be serving a one-year internship with his firm.

    Kiyoto Sawai graduated with a degree in Economics from Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. She passed the CPA exam in California. Her hobbies are Japanese Tea Ceremony, tennis and international travel. Her goals are to practice accounting in an international firm upon her completion of her internship with National Tax Consultations, Inc. in Merrick, NY.

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    Dr. William Stevenson, President of National Tax Consultants, Inc. was recently appointed to his third term as chairman of the National Society of Accountants Federal Taxation Committee. During his last term Bill was given credit by Senator William Roth, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, for orchestrating the change in mission of the Internal Revenue Service from one of compliance to that of service. When asked about this accomplishment, Bill stated that he is warmed by the fact that he played a major role in improving the quality of life of Americans everywhere.