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IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers to Add Saturday Hours Amid Busy Season

For the next 4 months, Taxpayer Assistance Centers across the country will be adding special Saturday Hours. The hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Feb. 11, March 11, April 8 and May 13. Offices in dozens of states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico will be open during these times, with no appointments required.

Location Hours Information

Over 40 locations across the US plan to be open on February 11th, and that number will increase to 58 on March 11th, says the IRS. They also encourage taxpayers to continue to check the IRS website for more information about these new hours before traveling to your closest office. Individual Saturday hours can be found at

During these hours, taxpayers can walk in without an appointment for all services routinely offered at an office, other than making cash payments. They can also ask about setting up an online IRS account and getting an Identity Protection PIN, among other topics.

Inflation Reduction Act Impact

During the rest of the year, these Saturday hours are not offered and weekdays require appointments to receive these services. “Funding from the Inflation Reduction Act is allowing us to add more employees across the nation to better assist taxpayers,” said Acting IRS Commissioner Doug O’Donnell in a statement. Individuals will receive referrals or be able to contact IRS employees who specialize in tax bills, problems, and audits. Information about free tax preparation options in your area may also be provided by IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service employees.

Wrap Up

The extra assistance is sure to be a big help to struggling taxpayers. The funding the IRS received from the Inflation Reduction Act, which was enacted in 2022 is finally paying dividends. If you ever need assistance from a professional tax expert or financial advisor, give DSJ a call.

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