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Washington, D.C— The Taxpayer Assistance Center (TAC) located at 31 Hopkins Plaza in Baltimore, Maryland will be open on Saturday, March 12, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on a first come, first serve basis for taxpayer assistance. Please note that tax assistance does not mean tax preparation. 

Taxpayers can also make an appointment Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Here are the services available at the Taxpayer Assistance Center in Baltimore:

*Account inquiries (help with letters, notices and levies on your wages or bank account)

*Adjustments (changes to tax account information or payments)

*Alien clearances (Sailing Permits)

*Assistance with Affordable Care Act tax provision questions for individuals

*Assistance with questions about tax law changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is available year-round. See Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for more information. 

*Basic tax law assistance (answers related to your individual Federal Tax Return) (Topics) 

*Economic Impact Payment Issues

*Form 911 PDF, Request for Taxpayer Advocate Service Assistance

*Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return (submission of tax return if unable to e-file) 

*Identity Protection Personal Identification Number (IP PIN) Request

*Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers and Form W-7 (More Information)

*Payment arrangements

*Payments (check or money order only)

*Procedural inquiries

*Solutions to tax issues

*Tax forms (All forms, instructions & publications are readily available online on Availability is very limited in IRS offices)

Come prepared— To arrive prepared, individuals should bring the following information:

*Current government-issued photo identification,

*Social Security cards and/or ITIN numbers for members of their household, including spouse and dependents (if applicable) and

*Any IRS letters or notices received and related documents.

*During the visit, IRS staff may also request the following information:

*A current mailing address,

*An email address and Bank account information, to receive payments or refunds by direct deposit.

“We encourage people to receive payments and their tax refunds via direct deposit, which is faster and more secure than other payment methods,” said IRS Wage & Investment Commissioner and Taxpayer Experience Officer Ken Corbin. “People who don’t have a bank account should visit the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation website for details on opening an account online. They can also use the FDIC’s BankFind tool to find an FDIC-insured bank.”

To make an appointment during regular office hours, call 844-545-5640.

Baltimore Times
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