Are your taxes proving to be more complicated than you thought? Well the IRS is offering 4 Saturdays where you can get face-to-face help.
This year’s taxes are going to be a bit more complicated than previous years with the child tax credit and stimulus payments.
The IRS is aware of how confusing things might get, so they’re offering in person assistance.
Taxpayer Assistance Centers will be open for 4 Saturdays this season to help filers with their tax related questions.
Hours of operation will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following Saturdays:
- Feb. 12
- March 12
- April 9
- May 14
Appointments aren’t required on Saturday’s but are during the week.
Cash payments aren’t accepted on Saturday’s.
Visit the IRS website to find a tax center near you.
What to bring to the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center
- Government issued ID
- Social Security cards for everyone in your household
- IRS letters and documents
- Current mailing address
- Email address
- Bank information
Services available through IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers
- 2021 credit assistance
- Online help
- Renewal of your ITIN
- Identity theft assistance in relation to tax fraud
- Refund help
- Tax law help
- Transcripts or forms
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