IRS MAILING ADDRESSES
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The most common are IRS filing addresses or IRS payment addresses. Because of constant reorganization going on at the IRS you should always double check where you are mailing your correspondence. It is recommended that you send your mail to the IRS, certified mail return receipt requested. That way at least you have proof that your letter got to somebody at the IRS. In the event your letter does not get to the right person, you have some proof that you sent something. If you are responding to a recent letter from the IRS, the letter should include a return address somewhere in the correspondence. If the letter is old, meaning you have missed the deadline to respond, then you should verify who you need to send the information, and the correct address of that person or department.
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