Taxes are hard enough to understand without having language trouble too. For Spanish speakers there’s plenty of information available in Spanish, directly from the IRS. From help with preparing taxes to finding out where your IRS refund may be, tax help is available en Espanol.
IRS Website in Spanish
In fact, the IRS has gone beyond the call of duty and pretty much mimicked it’s entire website in Spanish. Taxpayers who prefer Spanish can get instructions for IRS forms, refund information, freefile in Spanish, and also watch IRS videos in Spanish. Spanish versions of recorded messages and tax tips are also available at TeleTax, a toll-free number. The Spanish version of the IRS website is available here.
IRS forms are available in Spanish, too. You can download them from the Spanish area of the IRS website any time.
Call the IRS in Spanish
The IRS has a toll free number for taxpayers who need help with their taxes. It’s 800-829-1040, then press 8. IRS representatives who speak Spanish will be on hand to answer questions. It’s the main customer service line for the IRS, the same number everyone calls, but you will be directed to choose to hear from Spanish speaking reps.
IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center
Taxpayer Assistance Centers, where you can find a local office in your town to get in-person help with your taxes, also have Spanish-speaking IRS representatives. Sometimes if there’s nobody in the office who can speak Spanish, you can still get help from an English-speaking aide, who will get Spanish translation services over the phone.
Taxpayer Assistance Centers can be found by consulting this map.
IRS Twitter in Spanish
Follow the IRS twitter feed in Spanish and stay up to date on the latest IRS news, tips, and other tweetable items. IRS twitter site in Spanish is here.
Examples of recent tweets in Spanish by the IRS: