Posted September 16, 2018 08:29:53 The IRS may have been helping people evade taxes after all, as the agency has recently begun using a program known as a data feeder.
The IRS says that it uses this service to “provide tax assistance to taxpayers who may have an unresolved tax case.”
Taxpayers have to submit their information in order to be given assistance.
If you are under the age of 18, the IRS will ask for your Social Security number.
Taxpayers must also submit a copy of their tax return.
If your return is filed electronically, the information can be transferred via the IRS data feed.
It does not require an online login or a signature on the file.
The service is now being used to help people file for extensions of time on their tax returns.
According to the IRS, the data feed is being used by about 1,200 tax preparation firms, many of which are exempt from tax reporting requirements.
The agency said it has a “very small number of cases that involve an IRS taxpayer that is under 18.”
But even if the agency does use this service, it may not have helped many people who would have otherwise been denied the help.
As NPR’s Chris Wallace explained in April, the agency is “trying to help as many people as it can to comply with the law.”
In a statement to CNNMoney, the government said that it has “committed to providing additional support to taxpayers and the IRS as needed to resolve unresolved tax issues.”
The IRS has also been testing a system that allows people who have not previously submitted their tax information to file electronically and is being tested for its effectiveness, the statement added.
But while some tax preparers may be helping taxpayers avoid tax, others are not.
According the IRS website, “Tax preparers who are subject to the Internal Revenue Code, including those in the private sector, may not be exempt from the withholding requirements, even if they are not a tax preparer.”
And if you are not aware of the IRS’ use of the service, you can use the information to find out if it is legitimate.
If it is, you will get a “Notice of Claim” from the IRS and the agency will send you a letter stating that it will help you resolve your tax issue.
If not, you’ll have to go to the court to resolve your issue.
There are also a number of tax law attorneys who can help you with your case.
This can be especially helpful if you have not filed a return.
But in the event you do file, you may want to contact a tax attorney who can explain how your situation differs from those of people who file their returns electronically.
It is important to note that it is possible for the IRS to use your information to target certain people who may be less able to pay their taxes, such as a person who has been convicted of a crime, a person with a disability or who is in a job that requires more responsibility.
This is because these groups are more likely to file tax returns electronically, and the tax code generally requires filing online, according to the Tax Foundation.
There have also been reports that the IRS is using this information to monitor certain groups, including certain groups of low-income taxpayers who can be targeted for higher-taxing penalties.
The Tax Foundation, however, does not know of any reports that indicate the IRS has used this information for targeting low-wage earners.