New IRS Rules Mean Regulation, Testing of Individual Tax Preparers

Don't use a preparer who is not willing to sign the return he or she has prepared. This is a requirement under the law, and even though you are still responsible for any mistakes, a preparer who signs the return that he or she prepared is one that is willing to be held accountable.

The IRS is currently is the process of forming a task force to examine the companies that create tax software, but the government doesn't police those companies yet.

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