How do I contact the IRS about a tax question?

How do I contact the IRS about a tax question?

You can call 1-800-829-1040 to get answers to your federal tax questions 24 hours a day. Tax forms and instructions for current and prior years are available by calling 1-800-829-3676. You can also order free publications on a wide variety of tax topics.

How do I contact my local IRS office?

Here is how it works. Instead of going directly to your local TAC with a tax issue, you should now call a special toll free number, 844-545-5640, to reach an IRS representative, who is trained to either help you resolve it or schedule an appointment for you to get the help you need.

Can you call HR Block with questions?

Taxpayers can call 1-866-HRBLOCK (1-866-472-5625) or e-mail [email protected] to connect with a tax expert for free personalized advice. Taxpayers also can submit questions online through the Get It Right Community ( or via their iPhone with the H&R Block Tax Answers application.

How to avoid asking leading questions and loaded questions?

At first it might be hard to avoid asking leading and loaded questions and that’s OK. Apply the guidance in this page to identify—and fix—them. Only then will you be able to keep your prompts impartial, giving respondents a better survey-taking experience, and leaving you with more reliable data for making decisions.

Which is an example of a loaded question?

A loaded question makes an assumption about the respondent that forces them to provide an answer on something they may not agree—or be familiar—with. Here are a few examples of loaded questions:

Which is the best way to ask a question?

The way you ask questions influences the quality of responses you receive. Ask for information in a neutral, straightforward way, and you’re sure to get back honest, thoughtful, and valuable feedback. Inject an opinion or assumption into your survey question, and you’ll receive biased responses that offer little use.