How the I.R.S. Became a Political Boogeyman
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18 April 2023
Earlier this month, the Internal Revenue Service unveiled an $80 billion plan to transform itself into a “digital first” tax collector focused on customer service and cracking down on wealthy tax evaders. Today, on the day that taxes are due in the United States, Alan Rappeport, who covers economic policy for The Times, explains how the plan could result in the agency repeating a set of old mistakes. Guest: Alan Rappeport, an economic policy correspondent for The New York Times. Background reading: I.R.S. unveiled their $80 billion plan to overhaul tax collection this month. Here’s how tax season felt inside the I.R.S. last year, after decades of neglect. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
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