We’ve all been watching closely as Congress has worked to and has seemingly succeeded in patching together a tax reform package with a real possibility of becoming law. But beyond that possibility, we also learned this week that the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee has set its sights on a more appetizing target for reform – the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The subcommittee held a hearing earlier this week with the expressed purpose of restructuring the tax-collection agency. Subcommittee Chairman and Florida Republican Vern Buchanan is planning to draft and file IRS restructure legislation for deliberation in the next Congress. One can hope . . .