Have a tax problem you haven’t been able to resolve with the IRS? The IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service will provide FREE assistance to taxpayers on a first-come, first-served basis on Oct 19, 2023.
An Identity Protection PIN (IP PIN) stops identity thieves from filing a fraudulent tax return using your Social Security number (SSN). Read on for info about how to request an IP PIN online, by mail, or in person.
If you can't pay your full tax liability or if paying would cause financial hardship, you may want to consider applying for an IRS Offer in Compromise.
Just because a taxpayer filed a tax return doesn’t mean they should forget taxes until next year. What you do now may affect the tax you owe or the refund you may receive next year.
There may be times when taxpayers cannot pay what they owe in full, but remember the IRS has numerous payment plan options available.
IRS customer service is available by appointment only. If you think that you need IRS services, first check if the service is available online before calling to schedule an appointment.
Taxpayers who discover they made mistakes or omissions on their tax return can correct them by filing an amended tax return. Arkansas Asset Builders may be able to help you file an amended return, whether or not you filed your original return with us.
Joyia Yorgey, Executive Director of Arkansas Asset Builders, joined with AARP and Legal Aid of Arkansas to explain how to access free tax help.
Joyia Yorgey, Executive Director of Arkansas Asset Builders, joined with Legal Aid of Arkansas to explain how to create an IRS.gov account.
The IRS has updated the Taxpayer Account Portal at https://www.irs.gov/accounts. Taxpayers can now access transcripts, make payments, create a payment plan, and many other automatic actions -- all without having to call IRS customer assistance. Read on for more information about all the different things you can do through your IRS account and how you … Continue reading What can I do with an IRS account?