IRS Office

Find IRS or internal revenue service offices, locations, and service centers. IRS offices provide information on tax refund and return numbers, tax forms, US tax laws, filing taxes, and debt forgiveness.


What is an IRS Office?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is a federal government agency that manages public taxes and helps determine fair tax policies, as well as providing information on U.S. tax laws and tax filing procedures. State, city or county service centers are known as Tax Assistance Centers and can be located online by the acronym TAC. Taxpayers can visit nearby IRS offices to file tax forms and obtain details about the tax return procedure. IRS offices make sure that U.S. tax laws are followed. When a fraudulent tax return is submitted to the IRS, the staff cooperates with law enforcement agencies to resolve claims and ensure tax compliance. Apart from providing tax help, the service centers of the Internal Revenue Service provide administrative support by receiving tax forms. Filing a tax form is an obligation, but citizens who are unable to pay taxes are sometimes excused when they qualify for one of the IRS debt-forgiveness programs.

IRS Offices are responsible for

  1. Tax compliance during the entire tax collection process. The IRS ensures all citizens and businesses receive fair treatment.
  2. Legal help for taxpayers who have difficulties navigating complex tax laws.
  3. Tax credits and tax deduction programs for citizens or companies regarding housing.
  4. Debt forgiveness. People who are unable to pay may qualify for tax exemption or debt forgiveness.
  5. Help individuals find the appropriate tax form for filing income, sales, estate or corporate taxes.

Are there different types of IRS Offices?

The fundamental difference between IRS locations is their scope of operations and services provided. A particular service may not be available at all offices. It's wise to check service availability before visiting the nearest office. The Internal Revenue Service delegates responsibilities to state, county and city IRS centers.