More funding to the IRS

President’s budget proposal includes funds to improve IRS:

Mike Habib, EA Tax Relief & Tax Problem Resolution

President Obama’s fiscal year 2010 budget proposal, totaling $3.6 trillion, includes funding “for a robust portfolio of IRS international tax compliance initiatives,” according to budget documents released on Feb. 26.

The new administration also wants “to improve the quality of taxpayers’ experience when they interact with the IRS.” To achieve this, the agency must improve “relationships with critical third-party stakeholders, such as tax preparers, volunteers and practitioners, as well as enhancing electronic filing capabilities.”

The administration’s “end goal envisions an IRS that correctly answers a taxpayer’s questions the first time asked, through the most efficient and taxpayer-friendly means.”

The budget outline was sparse in detail but the White House is expected to release the traditional comprehensive budget document by early April.

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