Accountant talks about tax challenges from the shutdown

The government shutdown won't stop tax refunds from going out.  There are still other challenges, however, that some tax filers could face.  Paul Georgia, a Certified Public Accountant in Sturgeon Bay, says the shutdown has made it a little harder for him to get answers for some clients from the IRS.  He also says that even if some people want to file now they won't get a refund any faster.



The IRS will start accepting 2018 tax returns on January 28th.

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