Correcting Errors in Employee Plans
Significant Concern with the IRS Correspondence Audit Function

TXCPA Committee Urges Improved Taxpayer Services

TXCPA’s Federal Tax Policy Committee, in its continuing effort to assist practitioners in their dealings with the IRS by putting taxpayers first, has issued a letter outlining some specific instances of problematic and troubling actions on the part of the IRS. The committee asks that the IRS stop collection efforts and other administrative actions against taxpayers while related correspondence is unread or unresolved, address inaccessibility of the IRS phone system, and implement the National Taxpayer Advocate’s recommendations for more efficient communications.

https://www.tx.cpa/docs/default-source/comment-letters/federal-tax-policy/2021/irs-backlog-notices-9-15-21.pdf?sfvrsn=cd47d4b1_2

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