IRS closures of several P.O. Box addresses for business tax payments including employment tax payments
IRS closures of several P.O. Box addresses
The IRS today issued a release addressing the closure of several post office (P.O.) Box addresses for business tax payments, including employment tax payments.
Today’s IRS release reports the closure of several business payment P.O. Box addresses in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Hartford, Connecticut. Payments sent to those locations are now being returned to sender.
A list of the closed P.O. Boxes and additional instructions are provided on an IRS webpage (last updated July 9, 2020).
The IRS noted that these closures do not affect individual tax payments mailed to the listed lockbox locations.
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