Information Letters
Instructions: More Information:

An information letter provides general statements of well-defined law without applying them to a specific set of facts. They are furnished by the IRS National Office in response to requests for general information by taxpayers, by congress-persons on behalf of constituents, or by congress-persons on their own behalf.

More about Information Letters

NOTE: Information letters are advisory only and have no binding effect on the IRS.

  1. Enter a term in the Find Box.
  2. Select a category (column heading) in the drop down.
  3. Click Find.
Find Help

No results were found that match your entry in the "Find" field.
You may want to shorten your entry and try again (for example, enter 17 instead of Pub 17), or use the site search.

Official Adobe Website
Get Adobe ® Reader