IRS Moves Forward With Internet Presence

The Internal Revenue Service is looking forward to expanding and improving its presence on the Internet.

During the next few months, the IRS will be changing the homepage from the Digital Daily to a more contemporary styled portal page. In addition to the new look, the site will give visitors quicker and easier access to tax information and will be simpler to navigate.

The new homepage will also reflect the modernized IRS, as it is divided into segments representing the different types of taxpayer communities and tax professionals. Additionally, there will be quick links to current news and general information.

Taxpayers and tax professionals alike should expect to see no disruption in the service. Site favorites such as Forms & Publications, Electronic Filing and Taxpayer Help will remain available.

The IRS web site will continue to provide its visitors with a wealth of information and resources to help them understand and meet their tax obligations.

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