IRS.gov is the first place to go for answers to tax questions
Taxpayers who received an extension to file their 2018 tax return might have questions. They should remember that help is just a few clicks away on IRS.gov. Here are some of the tools and resources they may find useful.
Researching a tax question
- The Interactive Tax Assistant asks a series of questions and provides answers based on a taxpayer’s input. There is also a page for Frequently Asked Questions and the IRS Tax Map, which allows taxpayer to search for information about specific tax laws. Users can search by topic or keywords.
- Additional help is available in Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax, and the tax reform information page.
Finding forms and publications
- All IRS forms, instructions and publications are available on IRS.gov.