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What Address Do I Send My State Tax Forms To?

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What’s the saying, the only certain things in life are death and taxes? That must have been coined before the establishment of the British Virgin Islands!
Anyway taxes are a necessary evil and I applaud you for actively seeking a way to pay them.
Obviously I do not know which state you reside in so I’m afraid I cannot tell you exactly where you should be sending your state tax forms but I can tell you where you can find out where your nearest Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Taxpayer Assistance Center is located.
Head on over to the IRS website (www.irs.gov/) and click on "Contact IRS” in the far top right corner. Then click on the second link "Contact Your Local IRS Office" (www.irs.gov/localcontacts/index.html). You’ll be confronted with a map of the U.S. And you can choose your state from there. As each state appears to have many offices, you can use the Office Locator function (www.irs.gov/app/officeLocator/index.jsp) and enter your five digit zip code to find your nearest office within a 100 mile radius.
The IRS wants to make paying taxes as simple as possible so you can now fill out forms online (www.irs.gov/efile/index.html) and there is telephone assistance for individuals: Phone Toll-Free, 1-800-829-1040 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Your local time (Alaska & Hawaii follow Pacific Time).
If you are returning a specific tax form you can find the specific address to return it to by clicking here (www.irs.gov/file/article/0,,id=111453,00.html) and searching by the form’s name. It seems that most forms will go to…
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Cincinnati, OH 45999
But it is worth double checking as sending the forms to the wrong office will inevitably slow the process and mean you may incur fines.
Ultimately the return address for written state tax forms should be printed on the forms.
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What address do I send my 1040 state taxes to?
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I had the same question,

IRS.GOV has a part of their website specifically for this.  You select your state, and it tells you the address.

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