Duncan Giles

AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)FILE - This Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019 file photo shows part of a 1040 federal tax form printed from the Internal Revenue Service website, in Zelienople, Pa.  Tax filing season will start a bit later and look a bit different this year. That’s because the pandemic that defined 2020 has seeped into tax time as well. If you worked from home, received a relief payment, took on some gig work or filed unemployment benefits _ or someone filed a fake claim in your name _ there are things you need to be aware of. Likewise if you normally receive certain tax credits. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on Feb. 12, 2021.  (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)

CPR for the IRS

There is a new effort to beef up the Internal Revenue Service. Give it more funds, resources, and all-important, people to do the job.

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