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Copied from Accounting Today:

"The Internal Revenue Service plans to migrate its set of online services for tax professionals to the third-party provider ID.me this summer despite objections being raised in Congress to the authentication company.

The IRS said in an email Wednesday to tax professionals that the following products and applications will be impacted:

• Affordable Care Act (ACA) for Transmitter Control Code (TCC);
• Application Program Interface (API) Client ID Application;

• e-File Application;
• Information Returns (IR) for TCC;
• Income Verification Express Service (IVES) Application;
• State Applications (State EFIN and TDS State);
• TIN Matching, including Bulk and Interactive TIN Matching;
• Transcript Delivery System (TDS);
• Secure Object Repository (SOR);
• Modernized e-File (MeF); and
• ACA Information Returns (AIR).

The IRS noted that while the e-Services applications won’t use ID.me until this summer, tax professionals can get ready for the migration and set up an ID.me account now using Tax Pro Account."

Once again the IRS is getting a lot of push back from Congress. 

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