August 3, 2007, Newsletter Issue #75: IRS Methods of Contact

Tip of the Week

The IRS offers taxpayers a variety of ways to contact them.

Phone. You can contact the IRS regarding general tax questions via phone anytime between 7a-10pm your local time. This applies for Monday through Friday. For individuals, the number is 1-800-829-1040. For business matters, the number is 1-800-829-4933. If you want to contact your local IRS office, find their number either via the IRS website or your phone directory.

In person. If you want to contact your local IRS office, find their number either via the IRS website or your phone directory. Your local office is great for face-to-face contact regarding your tax concern.

Online. You can also contact the IRS with tax matters or concerns via their website. The IRS website address is located at irs.gov.

Email: The IRS can be reached by email in cases where the military personnel have questions about their tax returns, combat zone status, or taxes. T

Mail. You can contact the IRS via mail. The address you contact will not be the same as the one you send your tax return to. If you receive an IRS notice regarding any tax concern, the mailing address will be included on the notice.

The best times to call the IRS via their 800-829-1040 number is after 2pm. Most people call in the morning. Also, if you must call the IRS, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the best days for this. Once again, most taxpayers call on Monday and Friday.

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