A top Internal Revenue Service official says he doesn't do his own taxes.
IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman admits the tax code is too complex, so he gets someone else to prepare his returns.
And he's not alone. More than 80 percent of people get help doing their taxes, either through a tax preparer or tax software.
When asked by C-Span how he could make filing easier, Shulman responded, "I don't write the tax codes. Congress writes the tax laws."