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Printing - Ways to Save

Show employees in each POD how to print their work double sided. I know in my POD, most people do not realize that they can print double sided just by selecting that option.

Also, most of my co-workers use IDRS (or have a secreatry pull IDRS reports), but do not have the Grab Print function that allows you to print 2 IDRS screens to 1 actual piece of paper. IDRS, for those of you who are not familiar, one screen... more »

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Survey Posters

My understanding is that the survey is mandated by law, but can we cut down some of the costs until the law is changed.

 

For example, in my small POD of 30 or so people, we had 5 or 6 Survey posters mailed to us - overkill!! Can we stop all printing of survey posters as most of us received 10 emails reminding us to take it anyways?

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Emergency Cards

In the last week or so, I have received 4 Emergency Information Hotline Cards. This are nice cards such as the ones stores give you for their rewards programs- one for your wallet and one for your key chain. The card has the phone number to call for the emergency hotline and on the other side it as the steps for reporting loss of theft of sensitive data. All very important information - that I have been given before... more »

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Paper & Postage Reduction Cost - Dual Notice Requirement

Currently, any correspondence to taxpayers who file a joint return with the IRS require separate notices to the husband and wife. This results in additional costs for paper, printer, toner, postage, envelope, and other associated expenses.

While this requirement should not be eliminated entirely, the requirement should revise to allow married filing joint taxpayers to sign a waiver allowing examiners, collection officers,... more »

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Online Taxpayer Accounts

The IRS should develop a website similar to loan or credit card agencies that allows taxpayers (individuals, businesses, payroll taxes, etc.) to create an account and login to see if and how much in taxes they still owe. These individual accounts should also include a breakdown showing returns that have been received or are still due, and what the taxes due are comprised of. For example, the year and type of Form or... more »

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