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The IRS campaign peaked in weekly impressions at roughly the same time - early to mid-February - as traffic to the IRS.gov website did.
The IRS expects millions of taxpayers to take advantage of the easy-to-use tools available 24 hours a day on IRS.gov. Research is easier with tools like the Interactive Tax Assistant (ITA), a tax law resource that works using a series of questions and provides responses.
Taxpayers can do their taxes online from IRS.gov or they can use the IRS2Go mobile app to access Free File and do their taxes on their mobile phones, tablets or any app-enabled device.
For other tips and resources, visit IRS.gov/taxreform or check out the Get Ready page on IRS.gov.
In addition to the IRS.gov/account, the IRS encourages taxpayers to visit IRS.gov to see many other self-service tools and helpful resources available for individuals, businesses and tax professionals.
IRS.gov. "You should also seek the help of a competent tax professional such as a CPA or other individual who is knowledgeable in the industry," advises Walker.
The information on IRS.gov also provides details on several elections under section 965 that taxpayers can make.
Now that the new site, which was launched on IRS.gov on May 18, is available, SOI Division is interested in knowing how well it serves our users.
Download the form from IRS.gov and mail it along with a tax return, IRS bill or notice.
Publication 17 has been available free on the IRS web site, IRS.gov, since 1996 and provides thousands of interactive links to help taxpayers quickly find answers to their tax questions.