Information about 2020 Taxes
Here is some information for you if you have questions about your 2020 Taxes.
There are various tools in place for contacting the IRS for further information about your tax refund and your amended refund. See below for suggestions on what methods are effective.
Here is an article that might have some additional 2020 Tax Information.
- Online resources
- Instead of calling the IRS, it is recommended that you use the Where’s my Refund? and Where’s My Amended Return? features. These tools are updated once daily and generally reflect the same status update a revenue agent could give you by phone. These website features will help you track your refund and amended returns and save you time. The IRS Frequently Asked Questions is also a good place to start.
- Taxpayer Advocate
- The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is another option. TAS is an independent organization within the IRS that ensures that every taxpayer is treated fairly and that every voice is heard. If your refund has been delayed more than 18 weeks, this organization can be a viable option to get answers.
- Calling the IRS is always an option, but do not be surprised if you do not get through. Calling first thing in the morning can be a good plan, but avoid peak times like over the lunch hour. The assistance number to call is 1-800-829-1040. If using this method, be ready to be on hold for a long time.