I had a question about a charge on my taxes that I shouldn’t have owed.
February 20, 2023
Q) I had a question about a charge on my taxes that I shouldn’t have owed. I tried calling but the lines been busy for a month
A) I’m sorry to hear that you’re having difficulty reaching the IRS by phone. Here are a few other options you can try to get help with your tax question:
- Check your online tax account: If you have an online tax account with the IRS, you may be able to find information about the charge in question. You can access your account on the IRS website.
- Send a written inquiry: You can send a written inquiry to the IRS. You should include your name, address, and social security number, as well as a clear description of the issue you are having. You can send your inquiry to the address listed on the IRS website.
- Visit a local IRS office: You can visit a local IRS office to get help with your tax question. You can find the location and hours of your nearest IRS office on the IRS website.
- Contact a tax professional: If you are unable to get help from the IRS directly, you may want to consider contacting a tax professional such as an enrolled agent, tax attorney, or certified public accountant (CPA). They can help you understand the charge and determine whether you owe it.
I hope one of these options is helpful in resolving your tax question.