Back To Work

With the US government shutdown over, at least temporarily, IRS employees were back at work on Monday, January 28.  However, according to Nina Olsen, the National Taxpayer Advocate, the IRS has a backlog of over 5 million unanswered correspondences and it will take many months until the IRS returns to normal operations.  In addition, all work on IRS audit and collection files, as well as all Tax Court cases, were suspended during the shutdown.
Recognizing that taxpayers have many questions, the IRS has begun to issue guidance in the form of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) informing taxpayers as to how the system the system will be operating, what they should expect and what they can do in particular circumstances.  So far, the IRS has issued FAQs addressing audits (, collections ( and Tax Court cases (
For additional information, visit the FAQ pages on the IRS website or contact us and we will be happy to help you.

The aforesaid should not be regarded as legal advice. It is advisable to consult with the MasAmarika team before any action. The service is provided by a professional team, fluent in English and Hebrew, and includes attorneys and accountants with American licenses.

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