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Come Fly with Me! IRS Funding Boost Yields Ambitious 10-Year Plan

September 19, 2023 (3 min read)

The Inflation Reduction Act, enacted in 2022, provided IRS with an $80 billion funding boost, since reduced by approximately $21 billion, through this year’s Fiscal Responsibility Act. Over the next decade the new law translates to about 200 projects for IRS improvements for taxpayers, tax professionals, and IRS employees. The IRS expects to dramatically improve taxpayer service as well as bolster its technology, data, and analytics. This will be accomplished partly by hiring the personnel needed to carry out enforcement work, including attorneys, accountants, and data scientists. Be ready!

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