Not to Worry, the IRS Is On Top of Protecting Your Personal Information

IRS_logo-thumb-150x140.jpgPaul Caron over at TaxProf Blog informs of a report that the IRS put out to let us all know how the Service has developed new and improved procedures for protecting your personal information after 500 laptops went missing.
The Service spent 25 pages boosting our confidence over this latest rebellion by, we can only wildly assume, another congenial IRS employee.

IRS_logo-thumb-150x140.jpgPaul Caron over at TaxProf Blog informs of a report that the IRS put out to let us all know how the Service has developed new and improved procedures for protecting your personal information after 500 laptops went missing.
The Service spent 25 pages boosting our confidence over this latest rebellion by, we can only wildly assume, another congenial IRS employee.

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