IRS backlog in processing returns and other correspondence
Resources
AICPA logo
Cart
searchSearch
search
burger
AICPA logo
  • Home
purple Plexus background
Resources

IRS backlog in processing returns and other correspondence

2 months ago · 3 min read

FREE ACCOUNT

ACCESS

The IRS has suffered substantial delays in processing returns and other correspondence, particularly manual submissions. A February 9, 2022 IRS press release noted that there were “several million” unprocessed returns in inventory.

IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig testified to the House Ways & Means Oversight Subcommittee on March 17 that, barring unforeseen developments, he expects to “enter the 2023 filing season with normal inventories” of returns and correspondence to process, noting that “surge teams” of experienced IRS employees who have formerly

Reserved for AICPA.org registered users

Log in with your AICPA.org account to gain access to exclusive content

 
Forgotten email
Forgotten password

New to AICPA.org?

Welcome to your home for career success

Register

Mentioned in this article

Topics

Subtopics

Manage preferences

Related content