The IRS has several ways to help you file your taxes and resolve your tax problems, including:.
A Taxpayer Advocate can help you resolve problems by serving as a liaison between you and the IRS.
Taxpayer Advocate Services: 1-877-777-4778
State by state contacts
or refer to Publication 1546 (pdf)The IRS Publication 910, Guide to Free Tax Services, lists all services, free publications, and assistance programs available from the IRS.
Free Tax Services
The IRS Publication 910 (pdf), Guide to Free Tax Services, lists all services, free publications, and assistance programs available from the IRS.
The site provides e-file options that lists certified electronic tax preparers and several Web pages with essential information such as 1040 Central and a page devoted to hurricane victims.
To order free publications, instructions and forms: 800-TAX-FORM or 800-829-3676
To ask questions: 800-829-1040
For teletax topics: 800-829-4477
Check your local post office, IRS office and library for forms, instructions, and publications.
You can purchase Federal Tax Products on CD-ROM, Publication 1796, from National Technical Information Services by calling 877-233-6767 or order it from the IRS Web site.
You may qualify for free tax assistance if you fit into one of the following categories:
If you earn $39,000 or less, you can participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.
People Age 60 and older should seek out the Tax Counseling for the Elderly Program.
Military Personnel and their families can access the Armed Forces Tax Council, which services the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.