Sources for tax questions and answers include official Internal Revenue Service website pages as well as the sites and services provided by private commercial businesses such as H&R Block. Information is subject to change from year to year, so it is important to access current data, states the IRS.
The IRS.gov website lists Frequently Asked Questions that are divided into categories for easier identification by users. Aside from finding answers in the FAQ section, questions on various topics are answered throughout the vast number of pages of the website.
H&R Block allows users to choose questions from a list on the Get Answers page of the company website, or to enter terms that relate to their questions and connect to the appropriate sections for an answer.