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  • David Harvey, head of a global association of tax lawyers for the wealthy, said Britain has become the billionaires natural home, rather than America, because The IRS is perceived to be a much more burdensome tax regulator than the UK Revenue.

    What's Going On

  • Washington, DC -- The IRS announced today that they would close the Taxpayer Assistance Center at 7850 SW 6th Court in Plantation Florida, laying off the twenty four employees at this center.

    May 2005 Archives | Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz | Representing the 20th District of Florida

  • NEW YORK CNNMoney -- The IRS is giving a break to tax filers impacted by Hurricane Irene.

    CNN.com

  • DALLAS AP -- The IRS is asking airlines to refund taxes to people who bought tickets before last weekend but are just now taking their trips.

  • AP NewsBreak: Taxpayer identity theft is soaring The IRS is grappling with soaring taxpayer identity theft.

    The Seattle Times

  • TRENTON (AP) -- The IRS has some good news for the 43,000 New Jerseyans who forgot to file their 2005 tax returns -- There's nearly $44 million waiting for you.

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  • l The IRS is promising to make it easier to withdraw a lien once a person pays off their tax debt.

    IRS announces new policies, programs to help taxpayers avoid liens

  • l The IRS says it will withdraw liens in most cases where a taxpayer signs up for a direct debit installment agreement, which means the IRS will pull the money directly out of your bank account.

    IRS announces new policies, programs to help taxpayers avoid liens

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