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Internal Revenue Service



News about the Internal Revenue Service. Commentary and archival information about the Internal Revenue Service from The New York Times.



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Have You Ever Felt Sorry for the I.R.S.? Now Might Be the Time
Already struggling with its workload, the agency must start adapting systems to the new tax code while processing returns under the old one.



The Tax Bill’s Winners and Losers
President Trump has called the tax cuts a Christmas present for the entire nation, but the fine print reveals some will get nicer gifts than others.



Leave the Johnson Amendment Alone
Charities and churches shouldn’t be involved in political campaigns.



Coinbase: The Heart of the Bitcoin Frenzy
The San Francisco start-up has been at the center of the virtual currency boom. But like any young company, it is experiencing growing pains.



If You’re 70½, It’s Time to Take Money From Your Retirement Account
The I.R.S. requires the withdrawals because most retirement accounts allow people to postpone paying taxes. But the government wants its taxes eventually.



Senate Tax Plan Includes Exemption for Private Jet Management
Senate Republicans included a provision in the tax proposal that would clarify a policy toward companies that help maintain private aircraft.



I.R.S. Starts to Enforce Health Law’s Rule That Employers Offer Insurance
Thousands of businesses, many of them small or midsize, will soon get a letter saying they owe penalties because they failed to offer qualifying insurance.



How Business Titans, Pop Stars and Royals Hide Their Wealth
Records from an offshore hideaway show how an American billionaire grew one of the world’s largest trusts and another owned part of a company accused of exploiting the poor.



I.R.S. Commissioner, Demonized by Conservatives, Leaves on His Terms
John A. Koskinen, who took over an agency in turmoil and was threatened with impeachment by conservative lawmakers, called his survival to the end of his term “its own reward.”



I.R.S. Says It Will Reject Tax Returns That Lack Health Insurance Disclosure
The agency says it won’t accept individual tax returns that don’t meet requirements under the Affordable Care Act.