Do you have a tax question? If so, start with the help link at the top of the IRS.gov webpage. There, you'll find lots of useful information, whether you're filing your tax return, checking on your refund, looking for payment options or if you have other tax questions. You can also try our Interactive Tax Assistant at irs.gov/ita. This self-help tool can help you find answers to many tax questions, such as whether you qualify for deductions or credits and what income is taxable. It walks you through the process using a question-and-answer format. When you're done, you can print the results for your records. Keep in mind, you may be eligible to use free tax software that will take the guesswork out of preparing and filing your tax return. It even does the calculations for you to help prevent mistakes. Start at irs.gov/freefile to select from the free brand-name software available to you. Or, use free file fillable forms if you don't qualify for free tax software. One last thing. If you are a low- to middle-income taxpayer, or a senior citizen, you may qualify for free tax preparation and e-File services from IRS-trained volunteers, with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. To see if you are eligible, and to find a location near you, visit irs.gov/vita. So, let us help you with free tax tools. Just go to IRS.gov to get started.