IRS & Tax Services
Internal Revenue Service
Can Congressman Peters Help Me?
We can help you:
- Assist with obtaining your federal tax refund
- Request correction / obtain clarification of incorrect statements
- Facilitate communication with the IRS to resolve matters involving repayment plans for which you may qualify
- Get involved in legal matters and matters before the jurisdictions of any courts
- Overturn an IRS decision or force the IRS to take a specific action on your behalf
If you have concerns regarding issues such as obtaining your tax refund, notices of identity theft, unpaid tax bills, or threats of tax liens, our office might be able to assist with resolving the problem.
To begin the process, please complete, print & sign the privacy release form below. Completed forms should be emailed to RepScottPetersPAW@mail.house.gov or mailed to our office at 4350 Executive Dr., Suite 105, San Diego, 92121. Once we have the form, we can begin to work on your case.
As we address your concerns, please bear in mind that we cannot force an agency to act in your favor. The rules of the U.S. House of Representatives do not allow us to intervene in, or influence the outcome of, cases that are under the jurisdiction of any court. Finally, our office cannot intervene in matters under the jurisdiction of local, state, or foreign governments.
Below are some frequently asked questions about taxes. If that does not answer your question, click below to request help from our office. We look forward to helping you!
IRS Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get help filing my taxes?
Free tax preparation is available to qualified taxpayers through the VITA program. Generally, those making $54,000 or less, persons with disabilities, and limited English speakers can obtain help at one of their sites. To find the nearest VITA site to you, visit Free Tax Return Preparation.
What is an IRS transcript?
Your IRS transcript works like a bank statement with the IRS. This document will show your entire history of both payments made and refunds received from the IRS.
How can I get a copy of my IRS transcript?
An IRS transcript is often times required for purchasing or refinancing a home loan. In order to request a copy of your most recently available information, visit Get Transcript.
How can I afford an unexpected tax bill?
If you owe $50,000 or less in combined tax, penalties and interest, and filed all required returns, you may be eligible for an online payment plan. Visit INDIVIDUAL Online Payment Plan to apply.
If your business owes $25,000 or less in combined tax, penalties and interest, and filed all required returns, you may be eligible for an online payment plan. Visit BUSINESS Payment Plan to apply.
What information is needed to apply for a payment plan?
Individuals are required to have the following information to apply for an Online Payment Plan:
Valid email address
Address from presently processed tax return
Date of Birth
Your Social Security Number or Individual Tax ID Number (ITIN)
Businesses are required to have the following information to apply for an Online Payment Plan:
Employer Identification Number (EIN)
Date EIN was assigned (mm/YYYY)
Address from most recently processed tax return
Caller ID from IRS notice