As of Sunday Feb. 5, certain e-Services users who have not verified their identities with the IRS have had their accounts suspended. The IRS mailed letters 5903 between Dec. 1 and Dec. 16 to those users who had been active on their accounts in the past year and who had access to the Transcript Delivery System. Users were given 30 days to verify their identities as part of our effort to better secure the e-Services program and protect taxpayer data.
The IRS has updated the www.irs.gov/eservices landing page and the Important Update about Your e-Services Account to provide users with guidance about how to reinstate their accounts if they did not do so within the 30-day timeframe.
The Internal Revenue Service spotted $961 million in fraudulent refund claims on tax returns through early March, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration in a report released ...
NSA and other tax professional groups wrote to members of Congress last week urging a comprehensive set of recommendations designed to improve services provided by the IRS to taxpayers and tax practitioners. ...
The IRS's private debt collection program is set to begin this week, with four private companies trying to collect overdue taxes on the government's behalf.
The IRS debt collection program is a new ...
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