The Internal Revenue Service should make some changes in its software code to reduce delays in reissuing some undelivered refund checks, recommends a new report.
When the post office determines that a tax refund check is undeliverable because the address to which the check was sent is not the taxpayer's current or correct address, the check is returned to the Financial Management Service, said the report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
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