Help & Resources
Before you go anywhere else, look here for information that will help you file your 2013 federal tax return.
Where's My Refund? will give you personalized refund information
The IRS issues more than 9 out of 10 refunds in less than 21 days. Where’s My Refund? has the most up to date information available about your refund. The tool is updated once a day so you don’t need to check more often. IRS representatives can research the status of your refund only if you’ve already checked Where’s My Refund? and it’s been 21 days or more since you filed electronically, more than six weeks since you mailed your paper return, or if Where’s My Refund? directs you to contact us.
Interactive Tax Assistant (ITA)
The ITA tool is a tax law resource that takes you through a series of questions and provides you with responses to tax law questions.
IRS Tax Map
The IRS Tax Map gives you single-point access to tax law information by subject by integrating forms, instructions and publications into one research tool.
With this smartphone application get the information you need - whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Contact Your Local IRS Office
IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers are available for when you believe your issue is best handled face-to-face. Before you visit, check hours and services offered. Return preparation services are no longer available at your local IRS office. Use IRS Free File, free brand-name software that will figure your taxes for you. Or visit the nearest volunteer site for free help preparing and e-filing your tax return.
Information for Tax Professionals
Office of Professional Responsibility/Circular 230 - related issues.
Contact the IRS Return Preparer Program
PTIN call center phone numbers.
IRS Mailing Addresses ("Where to File")
For those who don't file their federal tax returns electronically, the "Where to File" pages provide mailing addresses for filing all paper tax returns. You may also use your appropriate "Where to File" address for other written correspondence with the IRS.
Contact Your Taxpayer Advocate
If you have an ongoing issue with the IRS that has not been resolved through normal processes, or you have suffered, or are about to suffer a significant hardship/economic burden as a result of the administration of the tax laws, contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service. We have offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
How to Make an Offshore Voluntary Disclosure
Taxpayers wanting to report undisclosed income or assets should come in through the IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program.
Contact the Health Coverage Tax Credit Program
The legislation that authorized the Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC) expired January 1, 2014. This tax credit helped make health insurance more affordable for eligible individuals and their families by paying a significant portion of qualified health insurance premiums for tax years 2002 through 2013.
Contact IRS Internationally
International Services: IRS contact information for taxpayers who live outside the United States.
How do you Report Suspected Tax Fraud Activity?
If you have information about an individual or company you suspect is not complying with the tax law, report this activity.
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