If you want to speak to someone face to face at the IRS, just go to IRS.gov/appointment, then click “find a taxpayer assistance center office.” Enter your zip code, and then select what mileage radius you want to search within.

Click the “Local Services” link to see if that particular branch has the services you need. If it does, call the phone number listed for “call for appointment.”

Remember that you’ll get faster service with most tax issues on IRS.gov. From the “Contact Your Local IRS Office” page, scroll down to “Get Faster Service” and click online. This takes you to the “Let Us Help You” page with links where you can click directly on the help you need. For example, you can set up a payment plan, get a transcript of your tax return, make a payment, check on your refund, and find answers to many of your tax questions.

If you still feel that you need to speak to someone face to face, then simply check out IRS.gov/appointment and follow the prompts. On the day of your appointment, remember to bring your personal identification, any letters or notices you’ve received, and any supporting documentation.