The decreasing budget and staffing of the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation unit are leading to a decline in the number of cases that special agents are able to handle, according to a new report.
The Internal Revenue Service will be taking steps to deter the risk of employment tax fraud by professional employer organizations beyond the certification process it established in recent years, according to a new report.
The Internal Revenue Service hasn’t provided the training to enough employees on how to deal with requests from divorced and separated spouses about efforts to collect delinquent taxes owed on their joint tax returns, according to a new report.
A group of five Republican members on the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee wrote a letter Thursday to Internal Revenue Service commissioner John Koskinen urging the IRS to stop rehiring former employees who had previous conduct or performance issues.
The Internal Revenue Service spent the extra $290 million appropriated by Congress last year to improve taxpayer service and cybersecurity and safeguard against identity theft, according to a new report.