Contact Your Local IRS Office

You can get in-person help at your local IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center.

Call for an appointment after you find a Taxpayer Assistance Center near you.

Find a Taxpayer Assistance Center Office

Many Taxpayer Assistance Centers have extended office hours from Jan. 23 through April 16.

IRS Offices are closed on federal holidays.

Prepare for Your Appointment

  • Call to schedule your appointment ahead of time.
  • Bring these items with you:
    • A current government-issued photo ID.
    • A taxpayer identification number, such as a Social Security number.
    • Any tax documents you’ll need.
  • Please don’t bring:
    • Food or drinks
    • Cameras
    • Weapons
  • To apply for an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) or renew an ITIN, have your documents ready.
  • Protect yourself and others: Look up your community on the CDC COVID Data Tracker.
  • If you feel ill, please reschedule your appointment.
  • Please silence your cell phone during your appointment.

Get Faster Service

You can get help with most tax issues online or by phone. On IRS.gov you can:

 

Making an Appointment for IRS Tax Help

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