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Statistics of income soi history and mission
Statistics Of Income (SOI) History and Mission content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

  • The Revenue Act of 1916 requires the Secretary of the Treasury to publish statistics on the operations of the tax system, at least annually (Internal Revenue Code Section 6108(a))

Statistics of Income Mission

To collect, analyze, and disseminate information on federal taxation for the Treasury Department’s Office of Tax Analysis, Congressional Committees, the Internal Revenue Service in its administration of the tax laws, other organizations engaged in economic and financial analysis, and for the general public.

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Primary soi customers
Primary SOI Customers content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

  • Uses of data (OTA, JCT, BEA):

  • Tax policy, economic, and demographic research

  • Microsimulation models and revenue estimation

  • Estimate business profits in the national accounts

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    Current dissemination of soi s statistical products
    Current Dissemination of SOI’s Statistical Products content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

    • Printed Publications:

      • SOI Individual Income Tax Returns

      • SOI Individual Estimated Line Item Counts

      • SOI Corporation Income Tax Returns

      • SOI Corporation Source Book

      • SOI Quarterly Bulletin

      • IRS Data Book

    • Statistical Information Services

    • Email Announcements via listserv

    • Website—www.irs.gov/taxstats:

      • PDF of printed publications

      • Excel tabulations

      • SOI paper series

      • Datasets: Form 990, 990-PF, Migration Data, County Income

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    Soi expanding new forms of data visualizations
    SOI—Expanding New Forms of Data Visualizations content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

    • Communications landscape is changing

    • Redefining what we mean by “data user”

    • Expanding trust of stakeholders

    • Leading innovation on data animation and visualization

    • Making data more accessible and story based—across a wider audience

    • Go where the taxpayers are

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    Challenges and solutions
    Challenges and Solutions content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

    • Maintaining Taxpayer Privacy and Security

    • New Communications

    • Little Precedence

    • Collaborating Different Skills

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    Data visualizations
    Data Visualizations content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

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    Data visualizations continued
    Data Visualizations—continued content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

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    Thank you
    Thank you! content and views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Treasury or the Internal Revenue Service

    For more information, contact:

    • Wayne Kei

    • Chief, Communications and Data Dissemination Section

    • Statistics of Income Division

    • Research, Analysis, & Statistics

    • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

    • (202) 874-0457

    • [email protected]

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