IR-2003-12 -- Law changes expand the number of low-income working taxpayers who qualify for tax relief.
IR-2003-11 -- First woman selected as deputy chief of Criminal Investigation.
IR-2003-10 — Some taxpayers may be sending their returns to different service centers this year.
IRS Offers New, Expanded Subscription Services on IRS.gov; New Features Created for Tax Professionals, Taxpayers
IR-2003-9 -- New e-mail subscription services available for taxpayers, tax professionals, small business owners and the news media.
IR-2003-8 -- Guidance issued that provides an inventory valuation method for rebuildable motor vehicle cores.
IR-2003-7 -- Those who receive money from the National Tobacco Settlement Trust need to report payments as income.
Most Americans Now Can Prepare and File Their Taxes Online for Free; Treasury, OMB, IRS Launch New Free File Web Site
IR-2003-6 -- Government and private-sector partnership announces free online filing for millions of taxpayers.
IRS Unveils Offshore Voluntary Compliance Initiative; Chance for ‘Credit-Card Abusers’ to Clear Up Their Tax Liabilities
IR-2003-5 — IRS launches an initiative aimed at bringing taxpayers who used "offshore" financial arrangements to hide income back into compliance with tax law.
IR-2003-4 -- IRS e-file starts Jan. 10.
IR-2003-3 -- IRS announces a new Office of Professional Responsibility and its director.
IR-2003-2 -- The National Taxpayer Advocate office releases its annual report to Congress.
IR-2003-1 -- It's a new tax filing season and this year you'll find new Web features, expanded free e-filing and more helpful services from the IRS.
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