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PostHeaderIcon Wanna Talk Back to the IRS?

Now’s your chance!

The IRS released draft versions of several new tax forms last week and invited the public to comment on them. This isn’t the first time, either. The changes in the form drafts released this week were made to reflect comments made by the public when the initial drafts were posted for public comment in August 2007.

Read the rest of the accountingweb article here.

Or get it straight from the horse’s mouth here.

But if you have something to say, speak up quick! Public comments on the form drafts need to be directed to Judith.A.McNamara@irs.gov and must be sent by the 25th of August (8/25/08).

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