The IRS and ‘Customer Service’?
The IRS isn’t exactly known for its customer service. The majority of calls to its ‘customer service’ line remain unanswered, despite the IRS being gifted a huge budget increase as part of the equally ironically named ‘Inflation Reduction Act’.
We decided, out of curiosity, to look up the word ‘customer’ in the dictionary.
Oxford Dictionary revealed there are two definitions for the word.
Only one fits the description of what the IRS would consider a ‘customer’:
noun: customer; plural noun: customers
a person or organization that buys goods or services from a store or business.
“Mr. Harrison was a regular customer at the Golden Lion”
a person or thing of a specified kind that one has to deal with.
“the fish is a slippery customer and very hard to catch”
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