The IRS is rewriting its commonly received notices using simpler language to make them “shorter, clearer and easier to understand,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.
WASHINGTON — The IRS wants to rewrite its complicated letters to taxpayers and speak to people in plain English.
The federal tax collector is rewriting and sending out commonly received notices ahead of the 2024 tax filing season as part of its new “Simple Notice Initiative.”
“Redesigned notices will be shorter, clearer and easier to understand,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on a Tuesday call with reporters to preview the initiative. “Taxpayers will see the difference when they open the mail and when they log into their online accounts.”
The 2024 tax season begins on January 29.
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