IRS Appoints Local Dallas Businessman, Charles Read, as New Advisory Council Member
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Charles Read, a Lewisville businessman, has been appointed to one of the seven

Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC) positions for 2018.



Lewisville, TX — The Internal Revenue Service has announced the appointment of seven new members to the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC), and one is from Lewisville, Texas. 26-year local businessman, Charles Read, President and CEO of GetPayroll, passed an extensive review process to be appointed as the Small Business Self-Employed/Wage & Investment (SBSE/W&I) Advisor for the Council.

The IRSAC, established in 1953, is an organized public forum for IRS officials and representatives of the public to discuss various issues in tax administration. The council provides the IRS Commissioner with relevant feedback, observations, and recommendations.

The IRS strives to appoint members to the IRSAC who represent the taxpaying public, the tax professional community, small and large businesses, academia and the payroll community. It only makes sense that Mr. Read would be selected for the Council.

Mr. Read is a Certified Public Accountant, US Tax Court Practitioner, and the founder and CEO of Custom Payroll Associates Inc. (GetPayroll and the Simon™ Payroll App) in Lewisville, Texas, where he has been preparing business and individual tax returns since 1991. He leads business development, strategy and operations for a full-service business-to-business payroll and payroll tax processing company that helps small- to medium-sized businesses across the U.S. with direct deposits, debit card loads, printed checks, payroll deposits, reports and tax filings, year-end Forms W-2 and employer-employee website portals. Read earned his BBA and MBA from the University of North Texas.

Mr. Read has been appointed to serve three-year appointments on the council beginning in 2018.

To learn more about Charles Read, go to

Read the official press release on the IRS website.

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