The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which for over a month now has had its Call Centers, Taxpayer Assistance Centers and refund processing centers closed due to COVID-19, has begun bringing employees back into the office. Initially, according to the National Treasury Employees Union which represents IRS workers, the agency is asking for volunteers and offering financial incentives for employees to return and begin opening taxpayer correspondence, handling tax documents and performing other functions. The tax filing and tax payment deadlines have been delayed until July 15, 2020. In addition, IRS has relaxed its collections and enforcement activity and will suspend liens and levies for most delinquent taxpayers between April 1 and July 15, nor will it refer new cases to its private debt collectors.