The Internal Revenue Service is struggling to respond to an onslaught of tax returns filed on April 15, which is delaying acknowledgements to both federal and state returns.
Due to the significant increase in federal and state submissions transmitted on April 15th, the length of time to create federal acknowledgments and make them available for retrieval is taking longer than expected, the IRS said in an email to tax professionals Tuesday evening. The IRS is closely monitoring the acknowledgment rates and is working to close the gap as a top priority.
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