Headlines: IRS Walks Back Promise to Stay Open During Shutdown

The government shutdown threat looms as Congress scrambles to pass funding bills. The IRS previously said it could stay open during a shutdown by relying on Inflation Reduction Act funds. But now the agency says those funds can't sustain operations. According to its union, the IRS is preparing for furloughs and partial closures if a shutdown hits. This reversal surprised IRS employees and could spell delays for taxpayers and CPAs.

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IRS plans possible furloughs in case of shutdown

IRS to ‘partially close’ if government shutdown happens, reversing earlier plans, union says

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