The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) distributes public event notices on a regular basis. Below is a listing of recent and past events happening at IRS branch offices in New Hampshire. Contact the IRS directly for more details at (800) 829-1040, or visit the IRS website at www.irs.gov
Posted February 19, 2014:
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is informing the public that given available resources and shifting taxpayer demands, the IRS has made a number of taxpayer service changes for the 2014 federal tax filing season. The changes, which were made following input from stakeholders in the tax community, reflect the need for increased use of automated self service options. With limited IRS resources to support person-to-person services on the phone or at Taxpayer Assistance Centers, the IRS is emphasizing services, such as those found on IRS.gov, to help meet a number of taxpayer needs. The IRS believes this approach will free up IRS assistors on the phone or in person to help with issues that cannot be resolved through other avenues, such as issues involving identity theft.
The new IRS Service Guide provides web links and toll-free numbers for many of the IRS automated services. The IRS encourages taxpayers to use it as a quick reference for the best service alternatives during and after the federal tax filing season.
Posted October 31, 2012:
IR-2012-82, Oct. 31, 2012
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service today announced it is granting taxpayers and tax preparers affected by Hurricane Sandy until Nov. 7 to file returns and accompanying payments normally due today.
The relief applies to taxpayers and tax preparers in an area affected by Hurricane Sandy or otherwise impacted by the storm that hit the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States this week. This relief primarily applies to businesses whose payroll and excise tax returns and payments are normally due today. No action is required by the taxpayer; this relief is automatic. Regular federal tax deposits are due according to current rules. However, the IRS notes that if taxpayers or tax practitioners receive a penalty notice for this period, they can contact the IRS at the number on the notice to request penalty abatement due to reasonable cause on account of the storm. IRS expects to grant additional filing and payment relief as qualifying disaster declarations are issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Details will be posted on the Tax Relief in Disaster Situations pages on IRS.gov.
Posted December 1, 2011:
IRS outreach materials developed to educate and encourage taxpayers to file their federal income tax returns:
Posted October 11, 2011:
IRS web links on tax topics for individuals, small businesses and tax professionals:
The IRS Video Portal offers video and audio presentations on tax topics for individuals, small businesses, and tax professionals. Many of the IRS events are archived on the Video Portal 2-3 weeks after the live event. IRS Video Portal is a new Web page featuring video and audio. Use it to get up-to-date information on many tax topics. It's free! And you can view or listen anytime that's convenient for you. It doesn't matter if you are a tax professional, business owner or just an individual taxpayer - there is something there for you and the products are catalogued for easy identification. Can't attend an event on the date it occurs? Problem solved! Now they are stored and ready when you are, on the IRS Video Portal.
In addition, the IRS has set up some tax centers on the IRS website. Most of these tax centers are listed on the IRS Industries/Professions web page.
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