Check out these new media resources for IRS tax help when preparing your taxes.
You can use these IRS new media outlets to get the latest information on tax changes, initiatives, products, and services.
5 IRS New Media Resources
The IRS offers a variety of resources for the latest information on preparing your taxes including:
The IRS has YouTube video channels that provide short, informative videos on various tax-related topics in English, American Sign Language (ASL), and a variety of foreign languages.
IRS Tweets include various tax-related announcements, news for tax professionals, and hiring initiatives.
The IRS creates audio files for use in podcasts. These short audio recordings provide information on specific tax-related topics. They are available for download at IRS.gov and on iTunes.
Learn about tax topics through video and audio presentations plus access archives of live panel discussions, webinars, video clips, and national phone forums.
The IRS Facebook page offers the latest tax updates, IRS news, and more.
Visit the IRS New Media Webpage to learn more about accessing the IRS through new media outlets including widgets, press briefings, radio PSAs, and more.
You can also get Free AARP Tax Preparation Help for all ages through the AARP Tax-Aide program.
Take advantage of new media resources for IRS information and tax preparation assistance.