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The IRS has social media you can follow

Would you like a direct source for IRS tips or updates?

The IRS has taken advantage of the many opportunities that social media has to offer us. Truth be told, the IRS does not want anyone to get in trouble, and they wish to educate the public to help them gain understanding their tax responsibilities and changes tax payers may not be aware of. Their latest addition to their different social media accounts is an Instagram page which is a great platform for them to target young adults.

What are all their accounts?

The IRS currently has active accounts on Instagram, YouTube (English, Spanish, and ASL), Twitter (English or Spanish), LinkedIn, and Facebook. In addition to all these resources, IRS works with IRS2Go which is a free mobile app to check your refund status, watch videos, sign up for IRS tax tips through email, or pay your taxes (English and Spanish).

Don’t fall victim to IRS issues due to lack of knowledge and use these many great resources! Links are posted in the description.  

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