The IRS is warning tax payers of possible delays in issuing refund checks. The agency blames the delay on Congress; lawmakers have yet to approve temporary relief from the alternative minimum tax.
President Bush proposed this change in February, and if it's approved, it will take 10 weeks for IRS computers to adapt. The Bush administration says if Congress waits until after Thanksgiving to act, it's possible 50 million citizens would have to wait for refunds, totaling about 75 billion dollars.
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