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IRS: Weekend hours and now appointments


The Internal Revenue Service is working weekends.k1653372.jpg

And now, you don’t have to just show up and wait for someone to help you. For the first time, you can make appointments to get help filling out your return.

One qualifcation: Your income has to be $49,000 or less to qualify for free tax preparation.

Anyone, of course, can ask questions or seek help at an IRS office. The South Florida Taxpayer Assistance Centers in Plantation at 7850 SW 6th Court and Miami at 51 S.W. First Ave. will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To make appointments, go to www.irs.gov/localcontacts or call 954-423-7300, press 3, for Plantation or 305-982-5077, press 3, for Miami.

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