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On Dec. 18, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service announced plans to open the 2014 filing season on January 31st. The original opening date was scheduled for January 21st. However, the IRS claimed the 16-day federal government closure caused significant delays in the annual process of updating their systems, applications, and databases to reflect tax law updates, business process changes, and programming.
According to one of their news releases, "The October closure came during the peak period for preparing IRS systems for the 2014 filing season. Programming, testing and deployment of more than 50 IRS systems is needed to handle processing of nearly 150 million tax returns. Updating these core systems is a ...
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