Frank Boland retired in 2013 after more than 35 years as an attorney at the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC. In that position, he was the principal author of numerous tax regulations and other IRS rulings and notices. He also reviewed many tax forms and publications for clarity and technical accuracy. During his last 10 years at the IRS, he was a branch chief and initial reviewer for many regulations and other public guidance. He also developed and conducted training classes to other IRS attorneys on plain language writing and the intricacies of writing regulations.
Frank had previously served in the US Army and later as a research assistant for a member of Congress. Frank holds a BA degree from Texas Christian University and a JD degree from Southern Methodist University; he is a member of the Texas Bar.