Tax Preparers Worry As IRS Stays Mum On Shutdown Plans

Law360, New York (November 20, 2013, 7:32 PM EST) -- As the Internal Revenue Service continues to feel the hangover from last month’s 16-day government shutdown, tax preparers are becoming increasingly worried that another shutdown in January could be exponentially worse for the agency and taxpayers alike.

The deal to reopen the government in October was a temporary solution that delayed the shutdown until Jan. 16, when Congress must once again decide whether to keep funding the federal government or furlough all but its most essential workers. Without a deal in Congress, the IRS faces sending 90...
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