Liz Day

ProPublica

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Director of Research at ProPublica, a nonprofit organization that does investigative journalism

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The IRS already collects most of the information from employers and banks that you've just used to fill out your income-tax form.

Americans Spent 225 Million Hours on Tax Preparation

The IRS already collects most of the information from employers and banks that you've just used to fill out your income-tax form.

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