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Long waits and partnership audits muddy new tax season

February 26, 2024 / 4 min read

As we enter 2024, the IRS faces new challenges. In Bloomberg Tax, our tax controversy practice leader Brett Bissonnette discusses what tax practitioners and taxpayers need to keep top of mind amid these changes.

The IRS is facing new challenges this tax season, including adapting to a new partnership audit system, employee retention credits, and overall changes in enforcement focus. Practitioners and taxpayers should keep several key factors in mind while the IRS adapts.

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