MBA Revives Income Verification During Govt Shutdown

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At least one part of the shutdown is over as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced it has resumed its Income Verification Express Service (IVES.) The service, which provides tax transcripts essential for processing mortgage applications for non-W-2 wage earners, was shut down, along with many federal government services, on December 21 and its workers were furloughed. The Mortgage Bankers Association took credit for the turnaround , saying it was its “successful advocacy” that got the IRS to restart the program. Robert Broeksmit, president and CEO of MBA said he took the appeal directly to Craig Phillips, a counselor to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Broeksmit said he told Phillips “Look, this is staring to be a problem for the lending industry,” and asked, “Could you make these…(read more)

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