An audit has discovered that the frequency of employment-related identity theft may be far worse than thought. Unfortunately, the audit also found the Internal...
A recent federal court ruling that struck down the Internal Revenue Service’s user fee for issuing or renewing Preparer Tax Identification Numbers (PTINs) took...
Scammers have dusted off an old racket and added a couple of new twists in hopes of swindling taxpayers out of their money. The Internal Revenue Service says this scheme has been reported across the country, and asks taxpayers to be alert.
The most popular phrase heard around Missouri these days may well be, “Show me the money.” Thousands of the state’s taxpayers say they’re still waiting for the state Department of Revenue to release their income tax refunds.
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that new bells and whistles have been added to its online accounts for individual taxpayers.
The Internal Revenue Service has granted tax relief for victims of the recent severe storms in Missouri. The April storms produced straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding in at least 26 counties.
The Internal Revenue Service got some good news from a recent audit, which found the agency has made substantial headway in its assistance to victims of identity theft.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) renewal system has been taken offline after a ruling by the United States District Court...
The decision to renew the use of private debt collectors to collect back taxes has the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) a little worried.
A recent Tax Court ruling is clear that do-it-yourself tax software is no shield against improper deductions.