There so are many changes in the 2018 tax law! To make it easier Miksch & Company CPA, PA highlighted the changes that are most likely to apply to your taxes. Please see below our synopsis of the changes. If you have questions about how these or other changes affect you, please call to make an appointment. Tel: 727-367-1040 of email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are calling the IRS regarding your personal taxes and are trying to get a real person on the phone then see below. To help we have listed the numbers to press after calling the IRS which currently will get you a real live IRS agent on the phone.
One of our clients called us because he was frustrated. He had been trying to call the IRS and speak to a human. He had tried various options but none gave him the answer. He needed to speak to an IRS agent.
Dialing 1-800-829-1040 can leave you stuck in the “Choose Option” loop.
Now we share with you the quickest way to get a live IRS agent. The number to call if you have a question regarding your personal taxes is:
1st option is to choose 1 to continue in English
2nd option is to choose 2 Answers about your Personal Income Taxes
3rd option is to choose 1 Questions about a Form, Payment, Order Tax Transcript
4th Option is to choose 3 For all Other Questions
5th option is to choose 2 For all Other Questions
6th You will be transferred to an IRS Tax Agent!
We have noticed that pressing 0 does nothing and will not get you to customer service or a human.
As a recap if you trying to call the IRS 1800 number and would like to speak to an agent then when asked press the following options:
Call 1800-829-1040 then press the following options 1 2 1 3 2 and speak to an agent.
Today we were informed by the IRS of another scam floating around. Please disregard any email you receive from people posing as the IRS. The email contains the IRS logo and even the privacy statement at the bottom of the notice. DO NOT click on the attachment. The email tells you to that the IRS has made "slight changes in the filing process" and requests updated information. It asks you to download the form and fill out the information. Again, the IRS will not contact you in this way. If you receive any correspondence proposing to be from the IRS and you are concerned about the validity, please contact us at 727-367-1040.
It has come to our attention in the last couple of weeks that there is a IRS scam floating about. Please disregard any phone calls or voicemails you may receive from people posing as the IRS. These calls are fraud and are to be ignored as the IRS will never phone you. If you have any doubt, please call our office at 727-367-1040.