Welcome to the resource center for members of the media — online tools and information straight from the source available in both English, Spanish and more. Here you’ll find links to a variety of resources and multimedia files to help you report the latest tax news. We have press kits, news releases and public service advertisements, as well as sound bites, radio spots and more.
The IRS participates on the following social media platforms, including:
- YouTube: The IRS has video channels that provide short, informative videos on various tax related topics in English, American Sign Language (ASL) and a variety of foreign languages.
- Twitter: IRS tweets include various tax-related announcements, news for tax professionals and hiring initiatives.
- Facebook: IRS has Facebook pages that post valuable tax information for tax professionals and those needing help in resolving long standing issues with the IRS.
- Tumblr: The IRS Tumblr blog posts important tax information and announcements that link to IRS.gov and YouTube content.
IRS has also updated IRS2Go, a smartphone application that lets you interact with the IRS using your mobile device. The mobile application includes the following features:
- Get your refund status or request a transcript.
- Get tax updates.
- Watch IRS YouTube videos.
- Follow the IRS.
For more information, visit our social media page.
We have numerous video Tax Tips available for viewing, along with their texts.
Need an audio spot for your website? We've compiled a host of MP3 files covering a variety of topics and formats.
- Audio Files for Podcasts: Hear them now, or download the MP3s to hear them later.
- Radio PSAs: These radio spots provide helpful information to get your taxes done. Many spots feature the voice of IRIS, a friendly IRS helper with useful information for your listeners during tax time. There are :30, :60 and donut spots to use as a plug in for local sponsors. We also have radio spots on some of our important programs, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit and our e-file and Free file programs. All of the spots are in MP3 format and can be downloaded.
Print Ads for Newspapers and Magazines
The latest IRS print ads can be used during calendar year 2014. The free ads are available in various sizes, in black and white and in color.
- 1/3 page
- 1/2 page
- 1/6 page
- 7 x 10
In addition to audio and video Tax Tips, we also have them in print.
Print Tax Tips: Daily Tax Tips for 2014 are available throughout the filing season.
Covering a specific topic? We may have a specific toolkit just for you. Get the facts, stats and IRS media contacts. Download feature articles, public service advertisements and more. Some of the press kits require flash 7.0 on your computer to view them.
Earned Income Tax Credit: The EITC is a tax credit for people who work, but don't earn high incomes. Those who qualify could pay less federal tax, no tax or even get a refund.
Marketing Materials and Other Resources
Use these items to get you started or fill in empty spaces. You’ll find print public service advertisements (PSAs), posters and more.
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