Have you ever wondered what happens when the IRS receives your tax return? In a blog post, the National Taxpayer Advocate explains the steps the IRS takes when it receives a tax return. A return goes through a series of reviews to ensure the information on the return is correct. If no errors are identified, generally the return is posted to the IRS’s system and processed. However, if errors are identified, the return must be further reviewed. There are four main categories a return might fall into when it requires further review: error resolution, rejected returns, “unpostable” returns and suspected identity theft. For more information on each category: https://bit.ly/3xe95cF  Call or visit our website for more information!  www.mjscpa.com/