The IRS Oversight Board at its recent meeting raised concerns over the agency's plan to close some of its Taxpayer Assistance Centers this fall.
Last month, as part of cost-cutting measures, the IRS said that it would forge ahead with plans to close 68 of the 400 centers, which provide walk-in service for taxpayers on tax law, tax return preparation and account inquiry resolution via face-to-face meetings with IRS employees.
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