The IRS is engaged in an effort to serve taxpayers in diverse communities by communicating with them in the language of their choice, said Jim Clifford, deputy project director of the Taxpayer First Act-Customer Service Strategy. For example, last spring, the IRS disseminated Economic Impact Payment outreach materials in 35 different languages. In addition, the IRS now has a “Languages” page with basic tax information translated into 20 languages:  According to Clifford, the IRS expects to continue efforts to speed up the development of clear guidance, forms and instructions in various foreign languages. For more information:  Call or visit our website for more information!