Five ways to fix the IRS, starting with a halt to most audits

By Nina E. Olson
The Washington Post

Pause all audits for four months and bring retired people back to work until the agency clears its backlog of tax returns

If there is one thing we’ve learned over the past two years, it is that the Internal Revenue Service is vital to the economic health of our nation. In the midst of a pandemic it has delivered $800 billion in economic impact payments (EIPs), or stimulus checks, almost $93 billion in advance child tax credits, and additional billions in employee retention and sick and family leave credits.

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PMA Responds to Congressional Letter Urging IRS Action During 2022 Tax Filing Season

Washington, D.C. – Executive Director Chad Hooper of the Professional Managers Association (PMA) – formed in 1981 by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Managers as a national membership association representing the interests of professional managers, management officials and non-bargaining unit employees in the federal government – released the following charge and response regarding the bipartisan Congressional letter urging IRS action to improve taxpayer services during of the 2022 filing season.

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