IRS employees often don’t know that they can disclose collection activity to divorced or separated taxpayers, according to a report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA). The report looked at cases when information was requested by delinquent taxpayers who are no longer married. “Mirrored accounts” made up 42 of the 74 cases for which the IRS didn’t follow proper disclosure requirements. Mirroring a joint filer account sets up two accounts. “The same collection information, when requested for mirrored accounts, should be disclosed to both taxpayers as would be disclosed for any other jointly filed return,” TIGTA said. Read the report:   Call or visit our website for more information!