Tax Tip 2022-157: Taxpayers with disabilities have equal access to IRS services through reasonable accommodations
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Issue Number: Tax Tip 2022-157
Taxpayers with disabilities have equal access to IRS services through reasonable accommodations
The IRS is committed to serving all taxpayers, including people with disabilities. By providing reasonable accommodations, the IRS ensures that all taxpayers with disabilities have equal access to the agency’s programs, activities and services.
There are many possible reasonable accommodations, including things like:
How to request a reasonable accommodation
If a taxpayer requests an accommodation which fundamentally alters the nature of the program or results in an undue burden, the IRS or the IRS-assisted program site should still work with the taxpayer to identify an alternative, yet effective, accommodation.
How to request IRS notices in Braille, large print, audio or electronic formats
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