IR-2018-72, March 23, 2018
WASHINGTON — More than 720,000 people get plain-language IRS tax tips sent to their email inbox through a free subscription service available on IRS.gov.
These short and concise tax tips arrive one per business day and cover a wide range of topics to help people with issues pertaining to their taxes. Many tips offer information on money-saving tax credits and deductions that can be easily overlooked and could affect a taxpayer’s refund. IRS tax tips are also available in Spanish, and the IRS also offers an e-subscription service just for Spanish tax tips.
Topics for tax tips include:
- Responding to notices
- Beware of tax scams
- Fastest and safest way to get refunds
- Tax reform topics
- Taxpayer Bill of Rights
- Tax-time errors to avoid
- IRS Free File
- Helpful tips for paying taxes
The IRS also has a number of other e-subscriptions to which taxpayers, tax professionals and others may subscribe to receive tax information via email from the IRS.