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You mail your federal tax forms to Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, at one of the four regional IRS centers. Where you live determines which center you use. If you live in Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee or Texas, you'd mail the tax forms to Austin, Texas 73301-0002 [zip code 73301-0102 if you use tax]. If you live in Florida, Georgia or the Carolinas, you'd mail the tax forms to Atlanta, Georgia 39901-0002 [zip code 39901-0102 if you owe tax]. If you live in Arkansas, Missouri, Virginia, West Virginia or the northeastern states, you'd mail the forms to Kansas City, Missouri 64999-0002 [zip code 64999-0102 if you owe tax]. If you live in any other state, you'd mail the tax forms to Fresno, California 93888-0002 [zip code 93888-0102 if you owe tax].
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At a minimum, you need to send either Form 1040, Form 1040A, or Form 1040EZ. Everyone can use Form 1040. People with simpler returns have the option of using the other two f…orms instead. Then you attach whatever schedules apply to the type of income you received. For example, if you received rental income, attach Schedule E. If you go through the line-by-line instructions for Form 1040, it will tell you which schedules need to be attached for each line. Then you also attach a copy of each W-2 form you received from an employer. You also attached each Form 1099-R you received that showed income tax withheld.
This depends on what part of the country you live in, and what type of form you are filing. The IRS has devoted an entire part of their website to this question. Go to http://…www.irs.gov/file/index.html and click on Individual Taxpayers - Where to File Your Own Individual Return, then click on the state where you currently live, and scroll down until you find the type of return you are filing. The address you need to send it to should be there. The first address is where to send it if you owe no money, or if the government owes you a refund. The second address is where to send it to if you owe additional tax money. Once you've addressed your tax return, you can hand the letter to your mailman if he hasn't already arrived; otherwise, you'll need to go to the post office. Expect a long line today, on April 15th.
Assuming you mail in a regular-sized envelope, it is 42 cents up to 1 ounce. 59 cents up to two ounces, 76 cents up to 3 ounces and 93 cents up to 3.5 ounces. An envelope …plus about 5 or 6 pieces of 8.5 x 11 paper weighs one ounce. The prices above are accurate if you are reading this before May 11, 2009.
Where do I file Form 941 From Pennsylvania not for profit assn.
address for Form 941 when no employees for that month.
irs.gov, postal office, turbotax, etc.
Ordinarily by January 31, but an EDWARD JONES note says February 15, so it must have been delayed due to late legislation.
The IRS. (Internal Revenue Service)
Unfortunately, tax forms are no longer mailed out by the IRS to urge people and businesses to move to online filing. Most people do it already using products and services, suc…h as TurboTax or H&R Block. Last year only about 8% of the population got tax forms mailed out to them and I'm sure even less this year. You are still able to print them out at the link I have provided below under related sources below or visit a local IRS office for them.
By using key information on the IRS website, you can find instructions to fill out the form. You can also place a call to the IRS Hotline and talk to a representative to help …you with your taxes.
You can obtain them either way. You can request to receive them in the mail or you can go to the government website and download them to print at home.
April 15th - unless that day is a holiday in your state.
Tax Forms for 2012 are mailed to the Internal Revenue Service and State Office servicing your local area. The contact information can be found in your telephone directory or a…t the websites www.irs.gov and your state of residence.
This depends on what state you live in. Since you did not say what state you live in I will tell you where to get this information. If you want to clarify where you live I can… give you the address if you like. If you wish to look it up yourself you can go to the IRS website at irs.gov and look under forms and publications. Enter form 1040 and pull up the instructions for this form and the addresses are listed at the end of the instructions. There are at least twelve different addresses as there are different ones if you owe or if you are due a refund for each group of states.