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WASHINGTON (NPR) — The Internal Revenue Service will largely diminish the amount of unannounced visits it makes to homes and businesses, citing safety concerns for its IRS officers and the… Read More
WASHINGTON (NPR) — Your phone rings and it’s someone claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service. Ominously, they say the police will be knocking on your door in minutes… Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — It’s time to file your tax return, and many of us are facing smaller refunds, shrunken tax credits and deductions — right as inflation and higher… Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — The Internal Revenue Service is increasing its inflation adjustments for the 2023 tax year after prices for rent, groceries and gas have reached heights not seen… Read More
WASHINGTON D.C. (NPR) – People and businesses that paid a penalty for filing their 2019 and 2020 tax returns late will automatically get a refund from the IRS. The IRS… Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — A new fight is brewing over taxes. The Biden administration wants to require banks to provide the Internal Revenue Service with information about how much money… Read More
It will be the second consecutive year the agency has given taxpayers more time to filed their returns because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is asking the Treasury Department and the IRS how many deceased people received coronavirus relief checks from the government — and what the solution is.
The IRS says it is reviewing concerns about its Free File program after ProPublica reporting found that tax-prep companies made it difficult to find the program.