Use IRS Social Media Tools

Social media is a great way to connect with family and friends. It’s also a great way to get tax information. But with all of the scams and fraud going around, it’s important to know which sources are valid and safe.

Check out these IRS social media tools that can help you keep up-to-date with your taxes. You can also use them to get the latest news on tax changes, initiatives, products and services. And of course, you can follow McAuley & Crandall, PA on Facebook, Twitter, or visit our website to stay informed!

 

  • Twitter.  IRS tweets include tax-related tips, news for tax professionals and more. Follow us @IRSnews, @IRStaxpros and @IRSenEspanol.
  • IRS2Go. IRS2Go is a free app where you can check your refund status, get tax updates or follow the IRS on Twitter. You can download it free from the iTunes app store or the Google Play Store.
  • YouTube. IRS YouTube Channels offer short videos on many tax topics. Videos are available in English, Spanish and American Sign Language.
  • Tumblr.  The IRS Tumblr blog provides the most up-to-date tax news.
  • Facebook.  The IRS Return Preparer Facebook page has useful posts for tax professionals.
  • Podcasts.  Short IRS podcasts provide useful tips on many tax topics. The audio files are available from the Multimedia Center page on IRS.gov.

Protecting your privacy is a top priority at the IRS. The IRS uses social media tools to share public information, not to answer personal tax or account questions. You should never post your Social Security number or any other confidential information on social media sites.

For more on IRS social media tools, visit IRS.gov and click on ‘Social Media.’

*This message was distributed automatically from the IRS Tax Tips mailing list. 

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