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IRS.gov Accessibility

What is Accessibility?
Information on the Web needs to be accessible to those with functional impairments in accordance with 508 requirements. Accessibility refers to ensuring that access to information is available to the widest possible audience. The design of a web site determines its accessibility.

Using the Site
Most visitors will be able to view the IRS Web site using the most popular browsers. The accessibility features that have been put in place thus far are just the beginning. The IRS, in an effort to serve the needs of all who visit our web site, will continue over the next several months to make content accessible for persons using special assistive technology.

Accessible IRS Tax Products
Select from a list of accessible tax forms, publications, and "talking" tax forms.

User Comments
We invite you to comment on our web site accessibility policies.