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IRS slowly catching up on filing season

4:32 PM, Apr. 1, 2013
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The IRS is catching up on processing tax returns in this delayed tax-filing season, but it's still behind last year's pace.

The IRS says it processed 77.1 million tax returns through March 22, vs. 82 million by the same time last year. The average refund is $2,827 this year, down slightly from $2,860 last year.

The delay has a simple explanation -- Congress, which didn't agree on a number of tax rules until the very last minute. The IRS needed more time to update its computers and forms. As a result, it started processing returns about 10 days later than usual. ...

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