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“I Disagree with an IRS Audit or Collection Decision – What Do I Do Next?”

Get to know the IRS Independent Office of Appeals and how they work with taxpayers.

 

 

 

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Two Sides, One Goal: Preventing and Resolving Disputes with the IRS

IRS debuts new online tool offering options for taxpayers to prevent tax disputes and efficiently resolve those that do arise.

 

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IRS Employees Show They Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

IRS employees continue to provide outstanding service to taxpayers and help their families, friends and members of their community.

 

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Tax Volunteers Support Taxpayers in Need

Take a closer look at how the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs help millions of low-to-moderate income taxpayers accurately prepare and file their tax returns for free with help from IRS-certified volunteers.

 

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Free File can help people who have no filing requirement find overlooked tax credits

We want to provide ongoing, high-quality, personalized service to everyone, no matter where they live, what their background is, or what language they speak.

 

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Protecting Taxpayers from Tax-Related Identity Theft

The “Security Summit” partnership between the IRS, the states and the private-sector tax industry is more important than ever as they work to combat a common enemy – identity thieves.

 

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Working for the IRS – A Commitment to Mission, People and Country

Learn why the mission, diverse job opportunities, investment in people and patriotic duty of our agency make the IRS a great place to build a career.

 

 

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