The Internal Revenue Service identified 39.1 percent more attempts at fraudulent tax refunds last tax season than in the prior year, leading to tax refund delays early in tax season.
Most tax refunds were processed on a timely basis last tax season, according to a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, even though problems with tax credits and early-season refund delays presented significant challenges.
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