IRS mail address is a very important information . If for any reason, you could not or do not opt for e-filing and you can prepare tax return manually on a paper return . Once you prepared the tax return, the question that will surely come is “Where to mail tax return” ?. Well, IRS has provided mailing addresses for that all over United States of America including addresses especially for taxpayers abroad. These address are huge . That’s why we’ve created an easy tax mailing address tool based on current address published here.
Search IRS mail address to send your tax return
It is suggested that you should always double-check with IRS website (link given earlier) about the correct address before mailing the tax return. The tool below provide you to select first whether you are inside US or outside USA. Just select the state and you will get all the addresses for Form 1040, 1040ES, 1040V, amended returns, and extensions. If you select International ,you need to select the type of tax form that you want to mail. You will, then, get addresses for taxpayers in foreign countries, U.S. possessions, or with other international filing characteristics)
How to mail tax return to IRS?
If you mail a paper Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return (PDF), it can take 6 to 8 weeks to process your return. You should double-check the address. and prefer sending the tax return by registered mail.This is because ,as per the IRS rule, the date when you posted the registered mail is the postmark date, whereas the date on the receipt is the postmark date if you use certified mail and have the receipt stamped by a postal employee.
IRS suggests manual filers to attach a copy of Forms W-2, W-2G and 2439 to the front of Form 1040.They also attach Forms 1099-R if tax was withheld.
Another importanat suggestion on mailing the tax return is to use the coded envelope included with your tax package to mail your return.If you did not receive an envelope, check the section called “Where Do You File?” inside the back cover of the your tax instruction booklet.
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