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Now that tax season is over for the on-time filers, many IRS employees can relax just a little. And for at least 5 additional days this year they actually can relax at home . . . without pay. Bloomberg apparently got its … Continue reading
The number of IRS “correspondence audits” has risen sharply in recent years. A correspondence audit is a type of tax audit that is handled in the following manner: The IRS sends taxpayer a letter questioning something on his/her tax return … Continue reading
I always like to read about first-time IRS experiences. The taxpayer usually expresses surprise — either that the IRS is “nicer” or “meaner” than previously thought. Of course, the IRS is neither nice nor mean. It is a massive agency … Continue reading
When the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) submitted its 2011 annual report to Congress, it emphasized how “the IRS has changed from focusing on personal, local service to automated, centralized processes” and how this shift has hurt the taxpaying public. At … Continue reading