Several weeks ago CBS4 News asked the IRS how many identity theft victims were still waiting to get their tax refunds? The agency said it’s not releasing that information publicly and wouldn’t even let CBS Miami go inside its Plantation Customer Service Center with a camera to talk with taxpayers who are critical of the way the agency’s treating them. The agencies local customer service offices are so crowded, warning signs are often posted before noon that they don’t have any more time to meet with taxpayers.
“I don’t see anything to assist them with getting a refund or getting the credit processed and going forward in any kind of expedited basis,” said Offshore Tax Compliance Chair Kevin Packman.
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