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(17) IRM Revised subsection to state that interest does not accrue on an RBA; restitution payments made prior to sentencing can be included on Form 14104 and payments exceeding the assessed amount should remain in 6400 for further research..

The team manager has the responsibility of ensuring all employees receive proper training to effectively process all requests and oversight of the various program listed within IRM 3.17.243, Miscellaneous Accounting.

Throughout this section, references are made to other IRMs in relation to instructions necessary to properly perform tasks in this IRM 3.17.243, Miscellaneous Accounting. The following IRMs are used in conjunction with this IRM or may be used as resources:

The reversal of erroneous abatement package, as described in (IIRM, Reversal of Erroneous Abatements Checklist), will be forwarded to the Accounting Operation from the Statute Operation only. At the option of the Operation Manager, a preview of the package may be made to ensure all necessary documents are received. If items are missing, the request should be rejected back to the requestor through the Statute Function (See IRM, Correction of Erroneous Abatement cases by the Originating Function).

Monies collected through the Department of Justice (DOJ) in civil cases are electronically transferred to IRS via Intra-Governmental Payment and Collection (IPAC). See IRM, DOJ Payments Transferred via IPAC, for more information.

Payments known as "Debt Management Payments" will also be received from DOJ. These payments are handled differently because they are not payments of tax liabilities. See IRM, Processing Debt Management Payments, for more information

Procedures for the journalization of DOJ IPAC receipts are found in IRM 3.17.63, Redesigned Revenue Accounting Control System (RRACS). DOJ (IPAC) receipts are journalized to Account 4975, Liability DOJ Receipts, per IRM 3.17.50, Redesigned Revenue Accounting Control System (RRACS) Procedures.

A comparison must be made to determine the payments on which the three percent was withheld and to compute the actual amount transferred to IRS in those cases where the hold-back occurred. Taxpayers must, however, be given full credit for the total amount received by DOJ (see below, IRM, Processing Debt Management Payments, guidelines for processing civil payments on which three percent has been withheld by DOJ).

Module verification - Depending upon the case type, and whether or not the liability has been assessed, contact the appropriate area office for verification of the module to which the payment should be posted (or assessed and posted). For bankruptcy cases, contact the Insolvency group at *SBSE Field Insolvency. For criminal restitution cases, contact the appropriate Advisory Probation Liaison, or the appropriate Special Agent in Criminal Investigation. See IRM, Court Ordered Criminal Restitution Payments, for more information regarding criminal restitution payments. For all other cases, contact the appropriate Collection Advisory Group. See Pub. 4235 for Collection Advisory Group contact information.

Case types not shown on the list in Exhibit 3.17.243-9 are criminal causes of action involving the U.S. Attorney. Payments received in criminal cases are restitution payments. Generally, criminal restitution payments made to the IRS are not included in IPAC, but are made through the clerk of court office. See IRM, Court Ordered Criminal Restitution Payments.

When all possible research has been performed and the unresolved item in Account 4975 is more than two years old, associate the documentation supporting the unresolved item with a Form 8758, Excess Collections File Addition, to add the amount to Account 6800, Excess Collections File (XSF). See IRM 3.17.220, Excess Collections File,, for completion and routing of Form 8758. Figure 3.17.243-2 is an example of a completed Form 8758.

If a restitution payment is received via IPAC, restitution payment processing procedures should be followed to ensure the funds are properly recorded and applied. See IRM for more information.

EPIQ Systems, Inc. (EPIQ) forwards two lists of cases to the Internal Revenue Service Submission Processing Planning and Analysis (P&A) contact (See Exhibit 3.17.243-11 for a list of USDA Contacts). One list, the 25 percent "Payee list" is generally issued on 12/15/20XX. The second list, the "Debt Relief Claimant list" is sent one to two months after the Payee list.

The Submission Processing P&A contact will forward the list of all cases to the Department of Justice (DOJ) requesting the total dollar amount present on the listing and provide the Agency Location Code (ALC) to transfer the funds (See Exhibit 3.17.243-11 for a list of USDA Contacts). The Submission Processing P&A contact will request that DOJ include an expedite request when requesting the funds to be transferred to the Internal Revenue Service (estimated time 24 -48 hours).

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Koninklijke DSM N.V., Sensient Technologies, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Döhler Group, BASF SE, Naturex S.A, Aromata Group, Givaudan, Dupont, Oterra A/S, and Mane KANCOR are the prominent players operating in the global natural food colors market.

The growing use of microencapsulation technology further contributes to the natural food colors market growth. Microencapsulation is a technology that is used for the protection, stabilization, and the slow release of core materials. It is useful for flavor and odor masking of ingredients for foods and supplements, this factor is providing opportunities to the manufacturers of the natural food colors.

In 2021, Europe accounted for the largest share of the global natural food colors market. The market in Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period. China is one of the world's leading consumers of natural food colors. In China, increasing disposable incomes of the burgeoning middle-class population and growing urbanization, along with increasing health awareness among consumers, are driving the demand for natural food colors. Moreover, th