One Culprit in IRS Backlog of 1.7 Million Tax Returns? Broken Printers and Copiers, Watchdog Report Says

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By Andrew Keshner – Long-languishing 2019 tax returns and tardy tax refunds are being held up partly because of a shortage of working printers and copiers at Internal Revenue Service processing centers, according to a new Treasury Department report.

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“Lack of functioning printers and copiers contribute to the inability to reduce backlogs,” said a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) report on the current filing season.

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