IRS website major slowdown

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Monday is Tax Day, when Americans must file their returns or request an extension from the IRS.

However, many dissatisfied taxpayers reported failures on the IRS's website on the most significant day of the year.

Certainly not on the year's most important day. The IRS spent nearly $2 billion on taxpayer filing and account services in the 2020 fiscal year.

Tracking service outages The number of reports of outages on the IRS website increased in the afternoon, according to Down Detector.

"We are unable to execute your request owing to technical difficulties," said one user.

Out of almost 5,000 comments, one consumer said on Down Detector, "I can't even change my extended payment. Taxpayers should not be penalised for site issues. No way!"

Some users reported receiving error messages when attempting to pay estimated taxes, while others reported being unable to log in.

"Trying to pay but (so far) site has crashed, reloaded, then failed to allow me to log in," one Twitter user complained.

This time for the agency, tweeting "Thank you #IRS for having such a bad system that I can't pay you and may be fined because your system is down-

-The new login process took me 4 hours to authenticate my identification."

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