Welcome to the Outreach Connection Individuals page. Here you’ll find useful information and resources ready to share with your staff, clients, customers or colleagues.
- IR-2020-47, Tax Time Guide: Check out these free tax return preparation options
- IR-2020-45, Tax Time Guide: IRS.gov’s ‘Where’s My Refund?’ tool is fastest, easiest way to check on tax refunds
- IR-2020-42, Tax Time Guide: Millions make IRS.gov their first stop for tax help
- IR-2020-09, Improved Tax Withholding Estimator helps workers target the refund they want; shows how to fill out new 2020 W-4
- IR-2020-06, IRS Free File opens today; do taxes online for free
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- Are you eligible for an Economic Impact Payment?
- You don’t need a bank account to get an Economic Impact Payment
- Resuming payments to the IRS
- You may qualify for an Economic Impact Payment, even without a permanent address
- Even without a permanent address, you may still qualify for an Economic Impact Payment
- You may qualify for an Economic Impact Payment even if you don’t usually file a tax return
- File electronically now, choose direct deposit and if you owe schedule payments due July 15
- IRS postpones more tax deadlines
- Deadline for estimated tax payments postponed until July 15
- If you receive certain benefits, your Economic Impact Payment will automatically go on your Direct Express Card
- You now have until July 15 to file and pay your taxes
- Answers to questions about Economic Impact Payments available on IRS.gov
- 2016 unclaimed refunds deadline postponed until July 15
- Subscribe to IRS social media and email for the latest on Economic Impact Payments
- IRS tool to help non-filers get Economic Impact Payments
- Be on the lookout for coronavirus scammers
- Find out when your Economic Impact Payment will arrive
- Have questions about the Tax Withholding Estimator? Check out the FAQs
- Tips for using the IRS Tax Withholding Estimator
- If you're self-employed, checking your tax situation just got easier
- Retirees: New IRS tool makes it easier to check your withholding
- What to do with your Tax Withholding Estimator results
- New Tax Withholding Estimator makes it easier to tailor your withholding
- An estimated tax payment could help avoid a penalty
- Do you have high income or a complex tax return? Do a Paycheck Checkup soon
- Paycheck Checkup for taxpayers who itemize
- Paycheck Checkup for seasonal and part-year workers
Check out our other online tools and materials that are ready for you to use and share.
- Tax Withholding Estimator
- Income Tax Withholding Assistant for Employers
- Steps to take now to get a jump on next years taxes
- Tax Reform
- Use the EITC Assistant
- IRS2Go – Official smartphone app of the IRS.
- Payments – It's never been easier to make a tax payment.
- Where's My Refund? – Track your refund.
- IRS Free File – Prepare and e-file your federal tax returns for free through leading tax software providers. Several providers also offer free state tax return preparation.
Flyers, Brochures and Publications
- Publication 5327, New tax credit for employers who provide paid family and medical leave
- Publication 5027, Identity Theft Information for Taxpayers
- Publication 4524, Taxes. Security. Together. Security Awareness For Taxpayers
- Publication 5259, Fact Sheet ITIN Changes
- Publication 5256, You May Need to Renew Your Expired ITIN