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NTEU Chief Colleen Kelley on Spending Bill: ‘True Investment’ in the IRS Needed

The head of the union representing IRS employees said on January 14 that the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill House and Senate negotiators unveiled Monday night for the balance of fiscal year 2014 does not do enough to help the underfunded IRS.
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TIGTA: IRS Contractor Employees Owe $5.4 Million in Tax Debts

A report released October 23 from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) revealed that hundreds of IRS contractor employees owe millions of dollars in federal tax debt.
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Shutdown Forces IRS to Delay PTIN Renewals for 2014

The IRS reported on October 16 that Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) renewals have been delayed for 2014 due to the federal government shutdown.
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NTEU Urges IRS Workers to Fight Obamacare Switch

The IRS is tasked with enforcing certain onerous provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, but the union representing IRS staffers is dead set against it.
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Surprise! IRS Will Be Open for Business July 22

Maybe IRS agents checked their pockets and discovered some money they didn't know they had. At any rate, the IRS has announced it is canceling the furlough day initially scheduled for July 22. The offices will be open and fully staffed after all.
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House Proposal Would Slash IRS Budget by 24 Percent

If certain Republican lawmakers have their way, the IRS will have less of the taxpayers' money to play around with. A new budget proposal would limit the IRS budget to $9 billion – a reduction of 24 percent.
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IRS Issues Furlough Notices to More than 89,000 Employees

The IRS has identified five furlough days where the agency will shut down completely, leaving taxpayers without access to information and assistance from frontline workers.
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House Rejects Bill to Fire Federal Workers with Tax Debts

A bill that would have required the federal government to terminate workers who were delinquent on paying their taxes was rejected by the House of Representatives on April 15.
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NTEU Says Cutting IRS Budget Hurts Taxpayers

The National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU), the union that represents the IRS workforce, said IRS budget cutting is hurting taxpayers, in particular, senior citizens, small business owners, and the victims of identity theft.
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NTEU President: IRS Budget Cuts Will Hinder Service to CPAs, Clients

While the threat of a government shutdown has been put to rest, NTEU president is still warning Americans that reduced funding embodied in the signed omnibus spending agreement will place an enormous strain on the ability of government agencies to fulfill their critical missions – particularly the IRS.

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