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Tax Refund Turmoil: How Political Chaos Threatens Your Hard-Earned Money – Must Know?

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IRS Faces Shutdown Uncertainty Ahead of Tax Deadline

Government Funding Dispute Threatens Tax Season Chaos 

According to a published article by Yahoo Finance, with the tax deadline approaching. The IRS might face problems because the government could shut down. This means that people might find it hard to contact the IRS or get their tax refunds on time. Lawmakers in charge of funding haven’t made decisions yet and if they don’t agree by March 22 it could cause chaos for taxpayers. The government is arguing about money including how much to give to the IRS, Pentagon, and other important departments. It could be the first time the IRS has to deal with a shutdown during tax season. Even though the IRS boss says they might keep some things running and their plan doesn’t say much about what happens during tax season.

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Tax Refund: Government Funding Dispute Threatens Tax Season Chaos. (PHOTO: Shop Giejo Magazine)

Uncertainty Looms Over Taxpayers as Senate Debate Halts New Tax Law

It’s supposed to help families and small businesses, but it’s stuck in the Senate. Some senators don’t like it so it might not pass. This means people who do taxes and the people who pay them will have to wait and see what happens next.

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