Now Available - 2014 Version of IRS2Go!
This new version of IRS2Go has a brand new look and feel with new added features. It is available in both English and Spanish. Download IRS2Go for Android devices from the Google Play Store or IRS2Go for iOS from the App Store.
You can check the status of your federal income tax refund using IRS2Go. Simply enter your Social Security number, which will be masked and encrypted for security purposes, then select your filing status and enter the amount of your anticipated refund from your 2013 tax return. A status tracker has been added so you can see where your tax return is in the process. If you filed your return electronically, you can check your refund status within a 24 hours after we receive your return. If you file a paper tax return, you will need to wait about four weeks to check your refund status because it takes longer to process a paper return.
You can request your tax return or account transcript using your smartphone. IRS2Go allows you to request this information, which will be mailed to you within several business days.
Free Tax Prep Providers
The IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) Programs offer free tax help for taxpayers who qualify. You can use this brand new tool to help you find a VITA site right near your home. You simply enter your zip code and select a mileage range. To make it even more convenient if you click on the directions button within the results the maps application on your device will load with the address, making it easy to navigate to your desired location.
You can interact with the IRS by following us on Twitter, watching helpful videos on YouTube, sign up for email updates, or contact us.
Download the IRS2Go App
If you have an Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you can download the free IRS2Go app by visiting the iTunes app store. If you have an Android device, you can visit Google Play to download the free IRS2Go app.
IRS2Go reflects IRS’ commitment to help you get the information you need — whenever you need it, wherever you are. The IRS shares the latest information on tax law changes, initiatives, products and services through various social media channels