The 2005 filing season was a good one for the Internal Revenue Service, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.

Overall, the IRS filing season was successful, with over 117 million returns processed through May 2004, according to the latest TIGTA Semiannual Report to Congress. However, not all tax law changes were effectively implemented, and continuing issues could result in a loss of taxpayer entitlements or erroneous tax reductions, according to the report, which recommended ways to ensure computer accuracy.

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