IRS cancels furlough
(NBC VOD) — IRS workers will get a break from their break without pay.
The Internal Revenue Service said it has successfully cut costs enough that it is canceling one of its furlough days.
That means IRS offices will be open as usual on Monday, July 22, and employees will get paid for working.
The IRS has taken three furlough days, one each in May, June and July because of budget problems.
The IRS said it is considering the status of the last furlough days planned for August 30.