Get ready for even more incompetence at the IRS in 2023

Get ready for even more incompetence at the IRS in 2023

The IRS is hiring 87,000 agents, thanks to President Joe Biden’s 2021 infrastructure package, but they won’t be fully trained for three years. The Internal Revenue Service is hiring 87,000 new agents, but taxpayers will not feel the pain for another two to three years. That’s how long it will take the agency to hire and train agents. Few have discussed the extent of this pain. Still, it’s something to think about when you consider the majority of coming audits will be conducted by new agents, many of whom will have been hastily hired and operating with minimal supervision.Playing the audit....


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