IRS practice & procedure

National Taxpayer Advocate report targets IRS service

In her Objectives Report to Congress for fiscal 2023, National Taxpayer Advocate Erin Collins describes steps the IRS can take to improve its return and correspondence processing and telephone service to taxpayers.

Senators request details on IRS info return destruction

The inquiry posed seven specific questions to the IRS concerning the decision, how it was arrived at, its potential effects and whether the Service has destroyed such documents before processing them at any other time.

IRS audit rates decreased most for wealthy, GAO finds

In a study, the US Government Accountability Office finds that the IRS’s individual tax audit rates decreased by 72% during 2010–2019, and by a greater percentage for higher-income taxpayers than for lower-income ones.

TIGTA: IRS should work to expand e-filing

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration finds a lack of coordinated effort across the IRS to fulfill opportunities for wider electronic return filing.

Where to find October’s flipbook issue

The Journal of Accountancy is now completely digital. 

 

 

 

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2022 Payroll Update

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