(ASL) - YouTube video text script - Get Tax Help in Spanish - 2016
Hi, I’m Maria, and I work for the IRS.
Taxes can be hard to understand in any language.
It can be even harder if English isn’t your first language.
The good news is the IRS provides many free products and services on its Spanish language web pages.
Here are some of the tax resources that you can get from the IRS in Spanish.
Get answers through irs.gov/espanol available all day, every day.
You’ll find help in Spanish for small businesses and for special circumstances, such as when taxpayers have financial difficulties.
We also have pages on IRS.gov for agricultural workers, truckers and disaster relief.
The IRS website also has information in Spanish about tax provisions for the Affordable Care Act, including the latest news, tips and questions and answers.
You can also use IRS online tools in Spanish to make a payment or to check your refund status through “¿Dónde está mi reembolso?” or to find out if you’re eligible for a valuable tax credit through “Creditos y Deducciones.”
It’s easy to view and download tax forms and publications from irs.gov/espanol.
Get up-to-date information about your federal taxes by clicking “Noticias en Español” and sign up to receive tax tips in Spanish by email.
The IRS also has tax tips on YouTube and podcasts on various IRS topics in Spanish.
And you can follow us on twitter at “IRS en Espanol” to see and share the latest IRS news and information.
Or download the free IRS2Go app for smartphones also available in Spanish.
Just remember to make IRS.gov your first choice for tax help.