The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has protected taxpayers’ Social Security numbers on only 7 percent of the documentation it issues, according to an audit by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA).
The Internal Revenue Service improperly withheld information requested by taxpayers 12.3 percent of the time, according to a new government audit.
The Internal Revenue Service awarded nearly $6 million in bonuses over the past five years for senior executive services, according to newly released data.
The Internal Revenue Service paid out over $572 million in excess Obamacare tax credits and sent incorrect forms to over half a million individuals due to a computer programming error, according a new government report.
More people move to Texas than any other state, according to data released by the Internal Revenue Service.
A federal judge on Friday ordered the Internal Revenue Service to reveal White House requests for taxpayers’ private information, advancing a probe into whether administration officials targeted political opponents by revealing such information.
Ex-IRS official Lois Lerner used a second personal email account under the name of “Toby Miles” to conduct official business during the time of the conservative group targeting scandal.
The Internal Revenue Service admitted Monday that an additional 220,000 taxpayer accounts were potentially compromised by a computer database breach that occurred earlier this year, bringing the total of those affected to almost three times its original estimate.
Ex-IRS Official Lois Lerner last year accused Republican congressional investigators probing the IRS targeting scandal of being “evil and dishonest,” insisting later that she was “never a political person.”