Washington (April 1, 2004) -- The Internal Revenue Service is receiving high marks from the nation’s tax accountants for its handling of the relatively glitch-free 2004 filing season.

Testifying before a House Ways and Means subcommittee on Tuesday, American Institute of CPAs Tax Executive Committee chair Robert Zarzar told Congress that this year’s tax season is progressing “largely without any significant problems,” and that both taxpayers and accountants “generally are pleased with the service’s performance.”

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