IRS to offer second round of buyouts

The Internal Revenue Service will offer buyouts and early outs for up to 400 of the agency's 100,000 employees.

The IRS previously offered buyouts in November 2011 to 5,400 employees and planned to accept only a third of that number.

The agency focused its offer to analysts as well as employees in communications and embedded support operations Federal News Radio reported Thursday.

Employees must accept the offer, capped at $25,000 a person, no later than March.

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