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Tax Return: the IRS Will Offer Taxpayers Face-to-face Help This Saturday, March 12

The Internal Revenue Service announced that this tax season, different Taxpayer Assistance Centers will be open next Saturday, March 12, in more than 30 cities to support people in need.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced on its website that a large number of Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TAC) will offer face-to-face help without an appointment from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday 12 of March.

“We know that many taxpayers work during the week or have other obligations that make it difficult for them to get out to take care of their taxes during our normal business hours. We are here to help and people do not need an appointment during these days with special Saturday hours.”

Ken Corbin, Commissioner of the IRS Division of Wages and Investments.

TACs are normally only open on weekdays, but with filing season taxpayers will have more help filing their returns: “Being open on select Saturdays is so people can get the help they need when they need it. Corbin highlighted.

The IRS noted that in addition people can also ask about reconciling advance payments of the Child Tax Credit , get help resolving a tax problem, a tax bill or an IRS audit.

And in case the assistance of IRS employees who specialize in these services are not available, taxpayers will receive a referral to schedule subsequent citations .

When it comes to care for people who are deaf or hard of hearing who need sign language interpretation services, foreign language interpreters will be available.

The IRS urges applicants to come forward with the following information:

– Current government-issued photo ID
– Social Security cards and/or ITINs for members of your household, including spouse and dependents (if applicable)
– Any IRS letters or notices received and related documents

During the visit, IRS staff may also request the following information :

– A current mailing address
– Bank account information , to receive payments or returns by Direct Deposit.

The IRS notes that there will be NO tax return preparation at any TAC and that availability may change without notice. Sanitary protocols will also be followed to avoid contagion of Covid-19, for which people are required to wear face masks and social distancing in these events.

For more information, taxpayers can consult the IRS.gov website, to contact the local offices of the agency, and where all the services provided in the specific TACs are listed.

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