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AICPA Makes Recommendations to the IRS About Transparency, Communications and Backlog

By Joel N. Crouch on July 28, 2022
My colleague, Michael Villa, wrote a blog post last month about issues with contacting the IRS, which most tax practitioners and many taxpayers have been dealing with for the last couple of years as the IRS tries to recover from the pandemic shutdown. Mike’s blog post is here.

On July 11th, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) wrote a letter to the IRS commissioner and Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, making recommendations and requests for how the IRS could do a better job while it is recovering. The letter is here. The AICPA makes some very good suggestions to which the IRS may or may not agree. It is a quick read for anyone who is interested.

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