The IRS said "organized crime syndicates" were behind the theft.
“At this point, we have enough challenges running the filing season,” the commissioner said.
The levy is especially painful for minority-owned companies, they say.
Lawmakers and lobbyists are starting to feel burnt out by long-stalled tax reform talks.
A package of tax cuts unveiled Wednesday is aimed at middle-class families.
Accelerated depreciation allows businesses to write off the cost of investments more quickly.
Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) assailed the proposal as “class warfare”
The House is expected to approve a $45 billion package on Wednesday.
Lawmakers have set up a lame-duck showdown over a long-stalled issue.
Camp contends his plan would boost giving by stimulating the economy.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro says the measure will help combat the nation's obesity epidemic.
Racetrack owners are working to protect a tax break for motor sports.
GOP lawmakers fuming about the status of the IRS investigation.
More than 60 percent say upper-income people pay too little in taxes.
There’s a hot spotlight shining on the GOP’s new low-profile Budget chairmen.
Observers infer he is pressing Congress to act.
Some Republicans have weighed in against what they call "amnesty bonuses."
In remarks Wednesday, the leaders indicated corporate reform is attainable.
Proposal would impose new fee on Wall Street financial transactions.
Camp will leave the Capitol at the end of year after almost a quarter century in Congress.
"The bill establishes a standard for basic pay fairness," the lawmaker said.
He said the IRS had must have started the review with the "worst of intentions."
The dust-up follows a court ruling against the agency's first run at education standards.
Some see this as a path to getting a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS.