The Internal Revenue Service announced that Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) will offer face-to-face help Saturday at 30 locations around the country.
You can walk in without an appointment from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. TACs are not usually open on weekends.
“Being open on select Saturdays is offered for people to get the help they need when they need it,” IRS Wage and Investment Division Commissioner and Taxpayer Experience Officer Ken Corbin said in a press release.
“We know that many taxpayers work during the week or have other obligations that make it difficult to get away to take care of their taxes during our routine business hours. We’re here to help, and people don’t need an appointment during these special Saturday hours.”
Those seeking help are required to wear face masks and social distance at these events, the IRS said.
The IRS says individuals should bring:
· Current government-issued photo identification
· Social Security cards and/or ITINs for members of their household, including spouse and dependents (if applicable)
· Any IRS letters or notices received and related documents
During the visit, according to the IRS, staff may also request the following information:
· A current mailing address, and
· Bank account information, to receive payments or refunds by direct deposit.
The sessions are not for tax return preparation. Click here to see the list of services provided by TACS.
The TACS will be open in different cities over the next three Saturdays.