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Submit a tax reform suggestion to the IRS

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Why submit a suggestion?

What would you be willing to give up if you knew that others are giving up their breaks and the end result would be a much simpler system? What particular provisions of the existing tax system are especially burdensome or seem particularly unfair? Let us know. We track these suggestions and post them periodically, thereby helping to further the cause of tax reform and tax simplification.


Please note

You will be redirected to our affiliate ImproveIRS.org to make your suggestion.

Things to keep in mind


Your suggestion should apply to the general public

This form is not for individual tax problems. If you’re experiencing a tax problem with the IRS and haven’t been able to resolve it yourself, please contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). If you have questions about your taxes, please contact the IRS at (800) 829-1040.


We will not respond directly to your suggestions.

Your suggestions are compiled and reviewed by the National Taxpayer Advocate and the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel. You will not receive an individual response.


Your suggestions are taken seriously.

We take your comments seriously. All suggestions are reviewed and added to discussions at future meetings of the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel. We thank everyone who has left comments, and encourage others to join this dialogue.

Review recent suggestions

Download tax reform suggestions that have been submitted. The suggestions represent a range of comments that reflect the diversity of thought and the seriousness with which taxpayers responded.


Did you know there is a Taxpayer Bill of Rights?

The taxpayer Bill of Rights is grouped into 10 easy to understand categories outlining the taxpayer rights and protections embedded in the tax code.

It is also what guides the advocacy work we do for taxpayers.

Read more about your rights