The Internal Revenue Service has adopted a "Taxpayer Bill of Rights" that it said would become a cornerstone document to provide the nation's taxpayers with a better understanding of their rights.
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights takes multiple existing rights that have already been included in the Tax Code and groups them into 10 broad categories, making them more visible and easier for taxpayers to find on IRS.gov.
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