The Internal Revenue Service should make several changes in its electronic filing system to address concerns raised by the American Institute of CPAs and others, according to two new reports.

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration issued a report calling for the IRS to put in place a formal process for identifying, reporting and resolving application-processing issues that occur in the e-file system. TIGTA also said the IRS should perfect the validation controls in the system to verify that taxpayers file the correct tax return based on their established filing election.

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