Millions of individuals received debit cards instead of paper checks.
Coronavirus cases continue to rise in states throughout the U.S.
The IRS has resumed processing paper returns as millions wait for their money.
You should file tax forms with the IRS by July 15, no matter how stressed or financially stretched you are this year. Here's why.
Mistakes could lead the agency to flag your return.
Some individuals may be required to file a paper return this year, the IRS says.
Here are a few important things to do with your tax refund, especially in light of the current recession.
Even if you request an extension, you are not exempt from paying your tax tab.
As lawmakers consider another round of payments, here’s what went wrong the first time.
Filers have had an unusual experience this tax season due to the pandemic.
The tax filing deadline is July 15 this year - a result of the coronavirus pandemic - but not every American will be required to file their taxes.
The IRS and taxpayers face a slew of challenges ahead of the impending July 15 tax filing deadline, including a backlog of paper returns.
As the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15 -- but there will be no further delays.
Wealthy taxpayers have less trust in the agency, new data shows.
Don’t forget that filing for an extension does not mean you don’t have to pay.
The tax agency is starting to send out reminders to people to activate their cards, according to the National Consumer Law Center.
The National Taxpayer Advocate said the IRS had a backlog of 4.7 million returns for the 2019 tax year as of mid-May, warning that some taxpayers are in "for a long wait."
The IRS knew that most of these people had died, but its software did not exclude them, Taxpayer Advocate says.
The administration has urged people who are expecting a refund not to wait to file their returns.
The notices may cause "widespread taxpayer confusion," an official warns.