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Taxpayers aren't the only ones disappointed with taxes this year
Federal tax revenue is coming in short while the debt ceiling remains unresolved. The problem was signaled by meager refunds.
Tax refunds are smaller this year — and fewer people are getting them
Blame the termination of benefits that came with pandemic emergency measures.
You can pay your taxes in cash — if you're up for the challenge
Jay Zagorsky of Boston University paid his taxes in $100 bills and exact change. A cashless society has some disadvantages, he says.
Your tax refund may be smaller this year
Pandemic tax credits have dried up, like the temporary expansion of the child tax credit and the earned income tax credit.
Were last year's state payments taxable? Taxpayers wait while the IRS decides.
It's will depend on why the payments were made and who got them.
The IRS aims to improve customer service by hiring 5,000 additional workers
The agency's budget has been shrinking, its workforce is aging, and it's been saddled with new responsibilities.
Millions of college students are eligible for tax credits. But they have to file for them.
Students may be entitled to additional money if they're not claimed as dependents.
Tax deadline fast approaching: Is the IRS ready?
It's still working through backlogs from previous couple of years.
IRS urges taxpayers to prepare to file ... and to wait
In a statement Monday, the agency warned that it is still addressing a backlog of taxpayer inquiries from the past year.
IRS tells payment apps to report business transactions over $600
The threshold used to be much higher.