Do you need to change your address for the Internal Revenue Service?
This is how it should take place:
If you move, you need to notify the IRS of your new address. We can change our records so that any tax refunds due to you or any other IRS communications will reach you in a timely manner.
If you filed a joint return, you should provide the same information and signatures for both spouses.
If you filed a joint return and you and/or your spouse have since established separate residences, you both should notify the IRS of your new addresses.
There are several ways to notify the IRS of an address change.
1. Mail a signed written
statement to an appropriate Service address informing the Service that you wish that the address of record changed to a new address. In addition to the new address, this notification must contain the taxpayer’s full name and old address as well as the taxpayer’s social security number, individual taxpayer identification number, or employer identification number.
2.Submit Form 8822, Change of Address, to request an address change.
3.Provide an oral notification in person or directly via telephone to a Service employee who has access to the Service Master File informing the Service employee of the address change. In addition to the new address, you must provide the taxpayer’s full name and old address as well as the taxpayer’s social security number, individual