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Fair use can take you a long, long way with government-supported stuff. If you say in a footnote with link (which helps reduce your liability as well and enhances your credibility) that the information comes from the IRS, then you're usually in solid shape.
For more information, see the section on U.S.Government Works: [fairuse.stanford.edu...]
Also [copyrightwebsite.com...] under "info"
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For example, the U.S. Department of Energy provides copyright notice and permission only to copy for noncommerical purposes in connection with technology reports here: [eere.energy.gov...]
Nolo has an article "Getting Permission to Publish: Ten Tips for Webmasters" [nolo.com...] Internet Law > Rules for Webmasters > Getting Permission...