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Irma Disaster Relief Expanded to All of Georgia
The Internal Revenue Service’s package of extended deadlines and other relief measures for victims of Hurricane Irma has now been expanded to affected taxpayers in the entire state of Georgia.
Audit Finds Majority of IRS Computer Hardware Obsolete
A new audit finds the Internal Revenue Service is losing the technology race. Carried out by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), the audit found that some 64 percent of the agency’s computer hardware is still on the job despite being beyond its useful life.
Life After Data Theft
With the recent news of a major hack against the credit report giant Equifax, it should be clear that the one rule that’s still valid in the tech field is, “it can happen to anybody.”
e-Services Launch Delayed
The Internal Revenue Service says its transition to a new e-Services platform is taking longer than they expected. This means the ability to submit new or change existing applications to access the IRS tools will remain offline for “several more days.”