by Ken Rankin Washington — Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Mark Everson gave his agency a passing grade for its handling of the 2004 filing season — and, for once, representatives of the nation’s tax practitioners agreed with him.
Testifying before a House Ways and Means subcommittee at the end of March, Everson told Congress that the IRS has made significant progress in promoting electronic filing, and that there has been marked improvement in taxpayer service over the past year.
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