IRS opens e-mail to business

IRS Web pages on relief efforts

The Internal Revenue Service is using e-mail to help answer questions from businesses in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The IRS activated an electronic mailbox to provide answers to questions from business taxpayers affected by the terrorist attacks. Businesses can send their questions to [email protected].

"Because of the breadth and scope of the tragic events of Sept. 11, taxpayers face many questions," IRS Commissioner Charles Rossotti said. "Businesses can get the answers about extensions and other tax relief stemming from these disasters by e-mailing their questions to us."

The IRS has issued a technical guidance notice on tax extensions and other tax relief available to those affected by the terrorist attacks. That notice is available at www.irs.gov/relief.

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