Tag: IRS

Social Services

Budget and tech challenges loom over IRS’s direct file pilot

May 30, 2023

Via: FCW

The news of the forthcoming pilot was followed this week by a compromise debt ceiling bill that includes reallocating $20 billion of the funding the IRS got as part of the Inflation Reduction Act. Read More on FCW

Public Institutions, Public Works

IRS names advisors on possible government-run direct filing system for taxpayers

February 8, 2023

Via: FCW

The IRS could be inching closer to providing government-run, electronic tax filing infrastructure for ordinary taxpayers. Capitol Hill directed the IRS to look into the cost and feasibility of a government-owned direct e-filing system in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act […]

Basic Services, Civil Service

IRS will pivot to GSA’s after this tax season

February 22, 2022

Via: FCW

The tax agency is modifying its use of the identity proofing service for the current tax season, but plans to switch to the federal government’s homegrown solution after the 2022 filing deadline. Read More on FCW

Basic Services, Civil Service

House Dems seek $1B for IRS to improve access to child tax credit

September 14, 2021

Via: FCW

Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee are backing a $1 billion investment for the IRS to support enrollment in the advance child tax credit (CTC) program among non-English speakers and eligible recipients who don’t file tax returns. The […]