IR-2022-76, April 4, 2022
WASHINGTON — As the federal tax filing deadline approaches later this month, the Internal Revenue Service today announced that many Taxpayer Assistance Centers will be open around the country this Saturday, April 9 for face-to-face help.
This special Saturday help is available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and no appointment is needed. Normally, TACs are only open by appointment on weekdays.
"We are inviting anyone who wants or needs some assistance to stop by," said IRS Wage & Investment Division Commissioner and Taxpayer Experience Officer Ken Corbin. "We designed these extra weekend hours to make it easier for taxpayers to resolve an issue, inquire about their account or work with the IRS if they have an obligation they cannot meet. Whatever the case, face-to-face help will be available on this special day without an appointment."
People can also ask about reconciling advance Child Tax Credit or third round Economic Impact Payments or inquire about various other services available while at an IRS office. If assistance from IRS employees specializing in these services is not available, the individual will receive a referral for these services. IRS staff will schedule appointments for a later date for deaf or hard of hearing individuals who need sign language interpreter services. Foreign language interpreters will be available.
While no tax return preparation will be available at any IRS TAC, the IRS.gov webpage, Contact your local office, lists all services provided. Taxpayers can make payments by check or money order. The IRS will not accept cash during these events.
The IRS urges individuals to bring the following information:
During the visit, IRS staff may also request the following information:
The IRS follows Centers for Disease Control social distancing guidelines for COVID-19, and availability may change without notice. It's mandatory for people to wear face masks and social distance at these events when required by CDC guidance, such as in high transmission counties.
Most taxpayers can get help preparing and filing their 2021 federal tax returns using these free, safe and convenient resources: