The IRS mostly scored well in surprise inspections for COVID-19 compliance, according to a new report. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) said the IRS “generally implemented health and safety measures to help protect individuals” working at the nine facilities inspected. All workers, regardless of vaccine status, wore required masks, though some wore them improperly, noted TIGTA. Each office inspected had been modified for social distancing. However, not all workers were observed complying. The IRS reported that as of June 2021, more than 40 of their workers had died from the virus, emphasizing the importance of compliance. Here’s more: Call or visit our website for more information!