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Feb 12th

IRS offers tax help at Minneapolis Office on Saturday, March 26

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The IRS office in Minneapolis located at 250 Marquette Avenue will be open on Saturday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help taxpayers who may not be able to visit an IRS office during weekday business hours.
On Saturday, March 26, the IRS will provide free assistance to taxpayers who need help getting information required to file their tax returns as well as help with account questions, such as a tax balance due or audit issues. In addition, help preparing tax forms will be available for people with incomes of $49,000 or less and on a first-come, first-served basis.
“Taxpayers needing assistance preparing their tax returns should bring all relevant documents with them,” said Sue Hales, IRS Spokeswoman.

Documents needed include:
•    Valid driver's license or photo identification (self & spouse, if applicable)
•    Social Security cards for all persons listed on the return
•    Dates of birth for all persons listed on the return
•    All income statements: Forms W-2, 1099, Social Security, Unemployment, or other benefits statements, self-employment records and any documents showing taxes withheld
•    Dependent child care information: payee’s name, address and SSN or TIN
•    Proof of account at financial institution for direct debit or deposit (e.g. cancelled/ voided check or bank statement)
•    Prior year tax return (if available)
•    Any other pertinent documents or papers

The IRS is offering assistance on Saturday, March 26 at more than 90 locations nationwide, including Minneapolis. A complete list of Open House locations is available on the IRS Web site at


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