As filing deadline looms, IRS ignoring 60% of taxpayer calls


IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said unapologetically Tuesday that his agency was turning its back on 60% of the phone calls from taxpayers in need of assistance this tax season.

Speaking at the National Press Club, Koskinen defended the move by noting that a budget shortfall at the agency required it to scale back non-essential services. Helping hapless Americans navigate through the insanely complicated tax code is apparently non-essential in the eyes of the IRS.
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