SB/SE focuses on approximately 57 million taxpayers that are small businesses with less than $10 million in assets, self-employed individuals, and other taxpayers engaged in business activities. In this panel, the newly-appointed leadership of SB/SE discusses the division’s activities as we evolve out of the Pandemic, including its response to the Taxpayer First Act, current and future plans to address non-filing and non-payment of taxes, and enhanced collection activities.
Deputy Commissioner, Collection and Operations Support, Small Business and Self-Employed Division
In his new role, Guillot provides executive leadership to SB/SE collection and operations programs. He directs sand oversees programs impacting taxpayers who file personal, corporate, flow-through, employment, excise, and estate and gift returns.
Guillot previously served as the director of Field Collection where he led efforts to enforce tax laws and assist taxpayers in meeting their tax responsibilities. He also previously served as director, Enterprise Collection Strategy and director Field Operations, Office of Appeals.
Guillot holds a bachelor's degree from Our Lady of Holy Cross College. He is a fellow of the Loyola University Institute of Politics and was awarded the certificate in public leadership by the Brookings Institute.