Federal return address

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Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999-0002 Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7008

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999-0015

Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7008

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999-0014

Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7008

Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7007

N/A Internal Revenue Service

Charlotte, NC 28201-1300

Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7008

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO 64999-0045

Internal Revenue Service

Hartford, CT  06176-7009

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 22-Nov-2016

If you filed electronically and need to submit supporting documentation, please mail it to the following address:

PA Department of Revenue

Electronic Filing Section

Harrisburg, PA  17128-0507

If you’re submitting a paper return, the address depends on whether you are filing for a refund, owe money, or your return came out even -- you neither owe nor are due a refund. Please select the appropriate address from the following:

PA Department of Revenue

1 Revenue Place

Harrisburg, PA 17129-0001

No Payment/No Refund

2 Revenue Place

Harrisburg, PA 17129-0002

3 Revenue Place

Harrisburg, PA 17129-0003

Federal return address for free using the IRS service or by using online fillable forms. Where to File Description

Addresses by state for Form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040ES, 1040V, amended returns, and extensions (also addresses for taxpayers in foreign countries, U.S. possessions, or with other international filing characteristics)

Mailing addresses for all types of returns: individual, corporation, partnership, and many others. Each form has its own page with the needed address for example , , , and .

Where to file addresses for tax exempt and government entities.

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 02-Dec-2016

Millions of taxpayers file their federal tax returns electronically, but you may prefer to use good old snail mail. If you use tax preparation software, print out a paper copy of your return. When you need blank forms, you can download and print them from the Internal Revenue Service website. Unless you file an extension, the return must be postmarked by midnight, April 15, or midnight of the first business day after the 15th if it falls on a weekend.

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Review paper returns before mailing. Check to see that you've completed everything, including the blanks for your name, address, Social Security number and the same information for your spouse when it's a joint return. Sign the return. The return isn't valid unless it has your signature and your spouse's when filing jointly. Attach all required IRS forms and documents, such as copies of W-2 or 1099 forms. Make photocopies of everything before mailing. Address the envelope to the IRS office provided on your tax return instructions. If you aren't sure, you can look up the address on the IRS website. Tax returns may require more postage than a typical letter. Ask the post office to weigh the envelope and affix the right amount of postage.

Find out how to file your federal taxes, get an extension, and more.

Find out the important factors to consider when doing your taxes.

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Things to consider when filing your tax return include credits and deductions, filing options, sources of income, and more.

Getting married, buying a house, or other life events can affect your taxes. Learn the keys to doing your taxes:

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  • Calculator screen message: 1040.
  • Parentheses symbol (): Gather your tax forms and paperwork: 
  • W-2s and 1099 income, 1095-A for health insurance
  • Interest statements, receipts, mileage
  • Subtraction sign (-): Check for deductions and credits:
  • Charitable contributions, education and child care expenses
  • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
  • Addition sign (+): Add up your sources of income:
  • Salary, interest, investments, and retirement accounts
  • Division sign (÷): If you owe money, you may be able to divide the payments over time with an IRS installment agreement.
  • Help symbol (?): Get help from the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs.
  • Equal sign (=): Choose how to file your taxes:
  • Online (IRS Free File, paid software, or e-file provider)
  • Mailed paper return
  • Tax professional
  • Addition/subtraction sign (+/-): Do you owe money or get a refund?

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    The government collects taxes to pay its bills and provide public goods and services. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the nation’s tax collection agency. 

    The taxes you owe to the government are generally paid through withholding (money taken out of your paycheck), estimated tax payments, and payments made when you file your taxes each year. 

    You may not have to file a federal income tax return if your income is below a certain amount. However, you must file a tax return to claim a refundable tax credit or a refund on income tax withheld.

    If you have to file a tax return:

    There are several ways to pay your federal taxes: direct pay, debit or credit card, electronic federal tax payment system, or check or money order. Find out how to .

    If you are expecting a refund, you can or call the . If you have questions about the status of your refund within the first 21 days after filing electronically, the IRS will direct you to the online tool.

    You can choose to receive your by direct deposit, U.S. Series I Savings Bonds, or paper check.

    For more information, .

    Do you need more time to prepare your tax return?

    If you are unable to file your federal income tax return by the due date, you may be able to get an extension from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). But this does not grant you more time to pay your taxes.

    You may be able to get an automatic six-month extension to file your return. To do so, you must file  by the due date for filing your calendar year return (usually April 15) or fiscal year return. For a Spanish version of this form, download .

    Special rules may apply if you are:

  • Living outside the United States.
  • Out of the country when your six-month extension expires.
  • Living in a combat zone or a qualified hazardous area.

    Get  about your tax return, including guidelines on extensions of time to file.

    You may get a call from someone pretending to be from the IRS who claims you owe taxes. This caller will typically demand immediate payment and threaten you with arrest or lawsuits for not paying. Individuals carrying out this fraud will also make the caller ID appear as if the IRS is calling. Learn the signs to watch out for and how to report IRS imposter scams.

    The IRS will always contact you by mail before calling you about unpaid taxes and will never: 

  • Demand immediate payment
  • Ask for a specific payment method, such as a prepaid debit card, gift card, or wire transfer
  • Threaten you with arrest or deportation for not paying your taxes
  • Request personal or financial information by email, texting, or any social media

    Follow these steps if you get a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS asking for a payment and have not first been contacted by the IRS by mail:

    Businesses and government agencies use Form 1099 to report various types of income other than wages, salaries, and tips to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 

    Every business or agency must:

  • Complete a Form 1099 for each transaction.
  • Retain a copy for its records.
  • Send a copy to you and to the IRS. You should receive your copy by early February (or mid-to-late February for Form 1099-B).

    You must include this income on your federal tax return.

    If you do not agree with the information contained in your Form 1099, contact the business or  that issued it.

    If you did not receive your Form 1099, contact the business or that should have issued it. 

    If you requested Form 1099 from a business or agency and did not receive it, .

    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) began accepting and processing federal tax returns for tax year 2016 on January 23, 2017. You have until April 18, 2017 to file your tax return unless you .

    The , the United States' tax agency, has free tax forms and publications on a wide variety of topics. You can get the  you need directly from the agency by downloading them online or ordering by phone. You can also get them from locations in your community, such as  and .

    Visit the IRS's website to get , including multiple file formats, accessible products, and prior year revisions.

    You can also download the tax forms and publications you need in .

    To file taxes in your state, or if you've moved and need the forms from your previous state of residence, download .

    The Wage and Tax Statement, commonly known as a form, is an important document to have at tax time. This form shows the income you earned for the year and the taxes withheld from those earnings. If you have had several jobs over the year, you may have several W-2 forms to file your tax return. Employers must send you your W-2 by January 31 for the earnings from the previous calendar year of work.

    If you were an employee and by January 31 or the information is , the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers some tips on what you can do. Employers that have questions about filing W-2 forms for your employees can check these from the IRS.

    For more information, contact the .

    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides mailing addresses for tax returns, non-return forms, applications, and payments. There are several mailing addresses; the correct one to use depends on the purpose of contact and the region of the country you are in:

    You can also check a  for a mailing address. 

    For more information, .

    A Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is an identification number that you need to include on returns, statements, and other tax-related documents.

    There are many types of TINs for a variety of tax situations:

  • Employer Identification Number (EIN) - This is also known as a federal tax identification number, and is used to identify a business.
  • Social Security Number (SSN) - You need this nine-digit number to get a job, receive Social Security benefits, and other government services.
  • Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) - This tax processing number is only available for certain nonresident and resident aliens, their spouses, and dependents who cannot get a SSN.
  • Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number (ATIN) - A temporary nine-digit number issued by the IRS to individuals who are in the process of legally adopting a U.S. citizen or resident child, but who cannot get an SSN for that child in time to file their tax return.
  • Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) - If you are a paid tax preparer you must use a valid Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) on returns you prepare.

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) issues a SSN and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues all other TINs.

    Last Updated: May 11, 2017

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    The PA Department of Revenue's e-Services Center is the site for all of the Department's electronic filing services. 

    Individuals, businesses, and tax professionals can file returns and reports, make payments, view filing history, register businesses and file appeals electronically for PA Personal Income Tax and Business Taxes. 

    Other e-Services provides County Government access to submit and obtain information electronically.

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    Federal return addressWhere to Mail

    Your Tax Return

    PA Dept of Revenue

    No Payment/No Refund

    2 Revenue Place

    Harrisburg Pa 17129-0002

    PA Dept of Revenue

    1 Revenue Place

    Harrisburg Pa 17129-0001

    PA Dept of Revenue

    3 Revenue Place

    Harrisburg Pa 17129-0003

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