The IRS Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee's 2013 Annual Report to Congress recommends that the IRS work more closely with tax preparers, accountants and others to pursue its goal of improving compliance electronically. 

The annual report suggested that the IR “leverage tax service delivery channels from the private sector through partnerships and collaboration with accounting firms and associations, tax software developers, and tax preparation companies to better understand stakeholder perception and needs for further adoption of and confidence in the use of electronic tax administration to simplify and improve compliance with tax laws and collection.”

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