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2013 Tax Filing Season: IRS Needs to Do More to Address the Growing Imbalance between the Demand for Services and Resources
2013 Tax Filing Season: IRS Needs to Do More to Address the Growing Imbalance between the Demand for Services and Resources
 
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By James R. White (au)
Year: 2013
Pages: 37
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-5250-3

Product Code: 1457852500

Description
 
The tax filing season is when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) processes most tax returns and provides services including telephone, correspondence, and website assistance for tens of millions of taxpayers. IRS budgeted more than $2 billion for these activities in 2013. The filing season is also when IRS begins collecting delinquent taxes by, for example, approving installment agreements and checking for non-filers. This report reviewed the 2013 tax filing season. It (1) assesses IRSäó»s performance in processing tax returns and providing services to taxpayers; (2) describes the installment agreement process and assesses its efficiency; and (3) describes the process for detecting and notifying non-filers. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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