Trouble Filing Taxes?

Did you have a bad experience?

If you have any concerns about how your taxes were prepared, please contact:


Information from the IRS for Early Tax Filers

Please click HERE to view a fact sheet for early tax filers SPANISH


Beware of Tax Scams

Each year the IRS warns taxpayers of various tax scams to be aware of throughout tax season and all yearlong. Please click on the following links to learn more:

Informational videos from the IRS about tax scams: 



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Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics in Maryland and Washington, DC

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service : 800-510-0050 or 410-547-6537 
University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law : 202-274-7315

Requesting Tax Transcripts

There are several ways to request a transcript from the IRS.  The estimated time for most requests is is 5 - 10 business days.

  • Online ordering for mail delivery:  Go to and click on “Get a transcript” under the “Tools” heading and then follow the prompts. You need to enter the taxpayer’s name, SSN or ITIN, date of birth and the address listed on the most recently filed tax return. 
  • Complete Form 4506T-EZ:  This is the Short Form Request of Transcript of Tax Return which can be mailed or faxed to the IRS. There is also a Form 4506-T which can be used to request transcripts related to any kind of federal tax return. 
  • By phone:  Call 800-908-9946 to make a request a transcript by phone.
  • In-Person: Click HERE to find a Taxpayer Assistance Center.
  • Complete the entire process online: Click HERE to set-up an online account and receive immediate access to transcripts.