IR-2021-220, November 10, 2021 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service published its Financial Report on IRS.gov today. This new 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. "The IRS disbursed an unprecedented $1.1 trillion to Americans in fiscal year 2021," said Teresa Hunter, IRS Chief Financial Officer. "To implement legislative requirements resulting in the expedient roll out of Economic Impact Payments, COBRA, Premium Tax Credit changes and the advanced Child Tax Credits, we overcame significant barriers. I'm proud of the finance management community's hard work and dedication," she said. "We strive for excellence in reporting and will continue to ensure taxpayer dollars are managed with integrity and accuracy." For more information see Publication 5456, IRS FY 2021 Financial ReportPDF.