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Connect to the IRS social media and e-news subscriptions for tax time tips and resources
The quickest way to get the latest IRS news is through the agency’s official social media accounts and by subscribing to e-News services. These communication channels keep taxpayers in the loop about important tax matters.
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The agency also has a free app, IRS2Go, where taxpayers can check their refund status, find free tax help, watch IRS YouTube videos, and get daily tax tips. The IRS2Go app is available from the Google Play Store for Android devices, and from the Apple App Store for Apple devices. It is available in both English and Spanish.
Remember that the IRS does not send direct messages to taxpayers on social media asking for personal or financial information. Scammers make fake accounts impersonating the IRS. These are common scams that try to lure taxpayers on social media platforms or with unsolicited emails, texts or calls.
Anyone can sign up for automatic email updates. The IRS e-News subscription service issues tax information by email for many different audiences. It provides tips, tools, and helpful materials of interest to taxpayers and organizations. The IRS offers subscription services tailored to tax exempt and government entities, small and large businesses as well as individuals. The service is easy to use. Anyone can sign up by visiting IRS e-News Subscriptions.
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