The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is responsible for administering the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress. If you need information pertaining to individual and business taxes, tax laws, and forms and publications, the IRS website provides information that can be downloaded for current and previous tax years. You may use the link provided to link to the IRS Web site.
If Congressman Larsen can be of service, please call his Everett office. The Privacy Act of 1974 requires that Members of Congress and their staff have written authorization before they can obtain information about an individual's case. Therefore, a consent form may be completed before we proceed with your issue. You can download that form here.
Are you in disagreement with the IRS and have not been able to resolve the issue through the Taxpayer Advocate Services?
Congressman Larsen may make inquiries on your behalf and attempt to help resolve this matter. Before Congressman Larsen can take action, you must complete and sign the Privacy Act Consent Form.
You may use the link provided to link to the Taxpayer Advocate Services Web site.
Do you need assistance with tax or filing information?
Questions regarding filing, tax law or other general questions should be directed to the IRS website or your local IRS office. If you do not find the answers to your questions through these resources, please contact Congressman Larsen’s Everett office by calling or submitting the completed Privacy Act Consent Form.
IRS Contact Info
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