Budget Documents and Other Resources

 

This report provides the American people with a comprehensive view of the IRS’s financial activities as well as the accomplishments of its finance management community. In fiscal year 2022, the IRS managed more than $4.9 trillion in tax revenue, $642 billion in refunds and $602 billion in unpaid assessments, as well as the resources that support its mission. In addition, Congress and the Administration entrusted the IRS with $79.4 billion in supplemental funding through 2031 to implement the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

This report provides the American people with a comprehensive view of the IRS’s financial activities as well as the accomplishments of its finance management community.

In fiscal year 2021, the IRS managed more than $4.1 trillion in tax revenue, $1.1 trillion in refunds and $658 billion in unpaid assessments, as well as the resources that support its mission. In addition, Congress and both Administrations entrusted the IRS with $2.4 billion in supplemental funding to support the nation’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

This budget request includes initiatives to improve the taxpayer’s experience with the IRS, that will ultimately lead to increased voluntary tax compliance. The request also aims to ensure we stay current with paper inventory receipts and improve telephone and in-person service; facilitate better oversight of high income and corporate tax returns; and accelerate the development of digital tools to enable smarter communication with taxpayers. In addition, the Administration continues to support a multiyear investment in IRS enforcement to increase tax compliance and revenues that the President has previously proposed.

This budget request includes a multi-year initiative to improve tax compliance and enforcement, modernize IRS IT systems, support increased information reporting and support the Administration’s proposal to make the Child Tax Credit expansion and the advance payments permanent as well as additional authority to improve tax administration.

This summarizes how the budget request will enable the agency to improve the taxpayer’s experience with the IRS, that will ultimately lead to increased voluntary tax compliance. The request also aims to ensure we stay current with the paper inventory and improve telephone and in-person service; facilitate better oversight of high income and corporate tax returns; and accelerate the development of digital tools to enable smarter communication with taxpayers.

In accordance with Section 515 of Public Law 106-554, the IRS Information Quality Guidelines describe the quality practices and procedures the agency employs to ensure the utility, objectivity and integrity of information disseminated to the public. The guidelines also contain an easy-to-understand explanation of the procedures regarding requests for correction of information disseminated by the IRS that does not comply with the IRS’ or OMB’s information quality guidelines.

Information relating to the Priority Guidance Plan, including links to both the current and prior versions, and news or notices about the Plan.

Information on the four primary IRS operating divisions and other principal offices.

The IRS privacy policy explains how we handle information you provide when you visit us online at IRS.gov.

IRS Procurement Small Business Program Office, Treasury Acquisition Institute (TAI) and other resources for those looking to do business with the IRS.

A listing of federal agencies, House and Senate committees, advisory boards and advocacy panels that perform IRS oversight functions.

IRS Equal Employment Opportunity internal complaint activity, posted in accordance with the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act of 2002.