IRS has offices or advisers in many cities abroad

January 31, 1993|By New York Times News Service

American travelers as well as American residents overseas can get help with their tax returns. During the 1993 tax season, the Internal Revenue Service is staffing offices in 13 foreign cities as well as sending tax advisers to visit 100 cities abroad.

The offices and advisers will answer questions, help prepare tax returns and provide assistance with account and refund procedures. Tax forms are available at the offices.

IRS offices are maintained from November through July in the United States embassies in Bonn, Caracas, London, Mexico City, Nassau, Ottawa, Paris, Riyadh, Rome, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo. The advisers are sent overseas from this month through April.

Information about the schedules of the traveling tax advisers is available at U.S. embassies and consulates overseas or by calling the IRS in Washington at (202) 874-1460.

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