Frequently Asked Questions

1. IRS form: Use Form 8822, Change of Address or Form 8822-B, Change of Address or Responsible Party or Business 2. Written statement Send us a signed written statement with your: -Full name -Old address -New address -Social security number (or individual taxpayer identification number or employer identification number) Mail your statement to the address where you filed your last return Oral notification 3. You can tell us in person or by telephone. We'll need to verify your identity and address. Please have ready the information we have on file for you, such as: -Your full name -Your address -Your date of birth -Your social security number (or individual taxpayer identification number or employer identification number) 4. Electronic notification You can only notify us electronically if your refund check was returned to us. Use Where's My Refund? to complete your change of address online. You will need your social security number, filing status, and the amount of your refund. For more information, see Understanding your CP31 Notice.
YES. THERE IS YOU MAY CLAIM A DEPENDENT AS LONG AS THEY ARE UNDER 23 AND ATTEND SCHOOL OR COLLEGE FOR AT LEAST HAVE THE TIME.
NO. SHE OR ANY ONE THAT CAN BE CLAIM AS A DEPENDENT MAY NOT CLAIM THEM SELFS AS THEIR OWN DEPENDENT.
Generally, no. A condition of your installment agreement is that the IRS will automatically apply any refund due to you against taxes you owe. If your refund exceeds your total balance due on all outstanding liabilities including accruals, you will receive a refund of the amount over and above what you owe.
YES. IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR HEAD OF HOUSE HOLD YOU HAVE TO HAVE A DEPENDENT THAT COUNTS ON YOU TO PROVIDE FOR THEM.
ES. YOU MAY CORRECT IT BY AMENDING YOUR RETURN GET WITH YOUR ACCOUNTANT OR CPA FOR ASSISTANCE.