Thank you, IRS.
Government officials and their organizations are often criticized publicly. It seems everyone, including this author on occasion, has an opinion on what they should or should not do and how well or how poorly they did or did not do it. Yet, government agencies exist to provide services on behalf of us – the public.
In recent year the IRS likely has been among one of the most publicly criticized agencies. Yet despite the criticism and severe cuts in funding and personnel, IRS staff continue to serve the public. Seldom do they receive a word of public thanks for what they do.
Sometime on Wednesday night August 24, 2016, the IRS returned a direct link to the Exempt Organization’s home page on the IRS main landing page irs.gov. They listened and responded positively to aid the nonprofit sector in a small way.
The NP Quarterly posted my article “Thank You, IRS, for Returning EO’s Missing Link on IRS.gov. in response to what they quietly did overnight.
Thank you again.