In a website message, IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig explained that the agency is reopening facilities in various states after curtailing operations because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The IRS is now bringing more employees back into its offices to do work that can’t be performed remotely. The first phase includes certain employees in Kentucky, Texas and Utah. The next steps include opening offices in the following states: Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri and Michigan beginning June 15 and Indiana, Ohio, California, Puerto Rico and Oregon beginning June 29. These include key processing centers, notice print facilities and call center operations. To learn more:    Call or visit our website for more information!