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Intuit hires Williams as chief tax officer

David Williams has become chief tax officer of Intuit, the US business and financial management solutions company for corporations and individuals. He will be responsible for the company’s tax strategy, including implementing programmes supporting the Affordable Care Act and tax system implications of pending immigration reform proposals.

Williams will also be the executive director of the American Tax & Financial Center at TurboTax, which provides data and insights on tax and personal finance trends.

Williams was the former senior tax policy adviser to the US Senate Budget Committee and previously worked at the IRS for more than a decade, where, among other roles, he was director of the Return Preparer Office and director of Electronic Tax Administration and Refundable Tax Credits.

While at the IRS, Williams was the US government delegate to and chairman of the Taxpayer Services Group of the Forum on Tax Administration of the OECD. Before the IRS, he was deputy assistant secretary of the US Department of Treasury and on the staff of former Senator Bill Bradley of New Jersey.

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