IRS Provides in-person Tax Assistance in Wisconsin Saturday


MILWAUKEE— While the most recent tax filing deadline has passed, representatives from the Internal Revenue Service in Milwaukee will be hard at work this Saturday, attempting to assist Wisconsinites who are dealing with tax issues or have questions about identity theft.




“We’re opening the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center on Saturday because we believe people still have questions,” IRS spokesman Christopher Miller told Spectrum News 1. “We recognize that 2021 was an outlier year, with new rules governing the child tax credit and the earned income tax credit, as well as a third economic impact payment or stimulus payment.”

The special assistance session will be held on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 211 W. Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee.


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“If you visit us on Saturday, make sure to bring the right stuff— bring a government-issued ID, any social security number or ITIN for you or your dependents, any IRS notices or letters, and that’ll help make the process easier,” Miller added.

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