Since it holds constitutional responsibility for the provision of taxation process to its citizens, the state plays more than just the intermediary role traditionally studied in implementing federal taxation policy. The implementation of any federal policy requires that the state consider the interests of bureaucrats, politicians, and special interest groups at the federal, state, and local level whose input and posturing provides complexity to the process as they respond to federal taxation policy implementation process. In this connection, the Internal Revenue Service is at the best position to implement tax credits policy in Rhode Island owing to the fact that it is very much familiar with the operations of the tax system of the entire nation. Below is a brief explanation of how the agency carries out its operations.
The internal Revenue Service
The implementation of the tax policy in Rhode Island is best implemented by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) which is responsible for the collection of taxes as well as implementation and enforcement of the Internal Revenue Code which is the domestic part of the statutory tax law that operates in the entire United States.
The code is organized into topics, subtitles and sections which cover all forms of taxes ranging from income taxes, payroll taxes, estate taxes, excise taxes to payroll taxes. It also bears the procedures and administration forming to be implemented by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS usually publishes tax forms which it offers to taxpayers so that they can select and use them to calculate and report their federal tax obligations.