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TXCPA Committee Asks the IRS to Engage with Tax Professionals on Third-Party Online Authentication Concern

TXCPA’s Federal Tax Policy Committee appreciates that the IRS transitioned away from the taxpayer facial recognition authentication process. With recent IRS news of a short-term solution, the committee is asking Treasury and the IRS to delay implementation of a new third-party online authentication process in order to engage with and seek comments from the tax professional community.

https://www.tx.cpa/docs/default-source/comment-letters/federal-tax-policy/2022_2023/2022/irs_facial_recog_third_party_ltr.pdf?sfvrsn=33b5d2b1_2

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