The IRS gets its second thumbs-up from oversight officials regarding its handling of this year’s Tax Day computer system glitch, but the agency and its watchdog office fault contractors for not doing more to mitigate the problem.
The IRS is giving taxpayers an extra day to file their taxes after experiencing a partial outage of its online systems Tuesday, the final day for millions of Americans to file their 2017 tax returns.
The reforms touch on perishable goods, asset forfeiture and modernizing the agency.
With the 2017 tax filing deadline coming up Tuesday, the House plans to take action on as many as a dozen bills that would impact the way the IRS does business.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said his agency is working to both strengthen the security around taxpayer information, while also allowing taxpayers access to their own data. And doing it on a smaller budget and with fewer IT experts.
Today is Tax Day! While filing your tax return may feel like an enormous undertaking to you, the Internal Revenue Service has put some measures in place to help relieve the stress. Q: Why is…