By Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
The tax agency said Thursday that nearly 40 million taxpayers have yet to file their returns.
By Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
The IRS doesn’t tell some tax filers that their low and moderate incomes likely mean their households qualify for Medicaid or subsidies, according to researchers.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Neither Lois Lerner nor any other IRS official will face criminal charges in the political controversy over the processing of applications for tax-exempt status, the Justice Department announced Friday…
No checks, please. Starting next year, your check won't be any good at the IRS — if you're making a tax payment of $100 million or more.
About 7.5 million Americans paid an average penalty of $200 for not having health insurance in 2014 — the first year most Americans were required to have coverage under the Affordable Care Act, the Internal Revenue Service says.
The IRS has failed to implement dozens of security upgrades to combat cyberattacks, leaving the agency's computer systems vulnerable to hackers, a government watchdog told Congress on Tuesday.
By PBS NewsHour
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
The head of the IRS says his agency has eliminated a huge processing backlog of groups seeking tax-exempt status.
A growing number of U.S. companies are shifting their addresses abroad in an effort to reduce their U.S. taxes. The maneuver is known as a corporate inversion.
On Friday, the IRS issued a report to Congress saying the agency also lost emails from five other employees related to the probe, including two agents who worked in a Cincinnati office processing applications for tax-exempt status.
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