IRS Commissioner, Mark Everson Joins alliantgroup

Mark W. Everson, who served as Commissioner of Internal Revenue from 2003 until 2007, today agreed to serve as Vice Chairman for alliantgroup, a leading provider of tax services to small, medium, and large businesses.

In the role of Vice Chairman, Everson will advise alliantgroup on strategic, operational, and client service initiatives.

“I am pleased to be joining alliantgroup, as they provide best-in-class tax services that assist small, medium, and large businesses in claiming incentives set forth by Congress to help American taxpayers. The cornerstone of alliantgroup’s services is its marriage of scientific & engineering expertise and knowledge of the tax code. This foundation allows alliantgroup to help companies meet their tax obligation while at the same time fully capturing incentives created by Congress, says Everson.

According to Dhaval Jadav, alliantgroup CEO, “We are always looking for ways to make CPAs’ efforts on behalf of their clients more effective. So, I couldn’t be more pleased that Mark Everson has decided to join us. His service with the IRS and with the OMB gives him unmatched insight into building positive bridges between taxpayers, CPA firms, and the IRS. I know our clients will be delighted that they will be the ultimate beneficiaries of Mark’s experience and perspective.”

Prior to joining the IRS as Commissioner, Everson held Bush administration posts as Deputy Director for Management for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Controller of the Office of Federal Financial Management. Everson also served in the Reagan administration, holding several positions at the United States Information Agency and the Department of Justice. In the private sector, Everson served as Group Vice President of Finance at SC International Services, Inc., a $2 billion food services company, and as an executive with the Pechiney Group, one of France’s largest industrial groups.