IRS Computer Error Rejects Tax Returns

Thousands of electronically filed tax returns were initially rejected in the past few days because of a computer glitch.

The problem began January 16, 2004 when the Internal Revenue Service officially opened the channels for electronic filing used by many professional tax preparers and individual taxpayers filing from their home computers. An error buried in 55 million lines of code, which had been updated to reflect new tax laws, caused the problem, which was corrected by Wednesday, January 21.

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