Friday, December 9, 2022

IRS Offering Taxpayer Appointments

Three IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers in California are among 44 nationwide that are offering appointments for businesses seeking help.

The IRS is testing the appointment process to see if it will eliminate the long lines that sometimes occur at many assistance centers and help ensure each taxpayer’s issue is resolved.

Appointments may be made by telephone or email:

Links to local IRS offices in California and instructions for requesting appointments are at

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