If you were looking forward to a nice chat with an Internal Revenue Service agent on May 24, you are sadly out of luck.
Ditto for June 14, July 5, July 22 and Aug. 30. The tax agency will be closed to the public and almost all employees will be furloughed on those days.
That means the federal employees will get more three-day weekends -- but without pay.
Assistance the IRS typically offers taxpayers on the telephone and in person at its offices will be unavailable on those days.
The news came Friday in an internal IRS memo from acting commissioner Steven Miller, Bloomberg News reported. The agency may close two more days in August and September if it is deemed necessary,