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 Taxpayers can sign up for this free service to receive IRS tax tips automatically each day via email in English or in Spanish. 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.