By Beth Bellor
With less than a week to go, tax processing slowed slightly.
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The IRS had received 118.6 million individual income tax returns as of April 13, the latest data available. That's up 0.1 percent from the same week in 2017. It had processed 114.8 million of those, down 0.2 percent.
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Beth Bellor has served CPA Trendlines as a senior editor, researcher and production director since 2013. Her background includes a distinguished career in journalism, ranging from newspapers and magazines to books and new media.Click here for more by Beth Bellor