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How do to notify the IRS your address has changed?

Updated: Dec 12, 2022

There are several ways to tell the IRS your address has changed.

Methods to Change Your Address:



Oral notification

Tell us in person or by telephone. We'll need you to verify your identity and the address we have on file for you. Please have ready your:

  • full name

  • new address

  • old address

  • date of birth

  • social security number, ITIN, or EIN

We may request additional information to verify your identity.

IRS form

Tax return

Use your new address when you file

Written statement

​Send us a signed written statement with your:

  • full name

  • old address

  • new address

  • social security number, ITIN, or EIN

Mail your signed statement to the address where you filed your last return.

If you filed a joint return and are still residing with the same spouse, both you and your spouse should provide your names, social security numbers, new address, and signatures on the form or statement.

If you filed a joint return and you now have separate addresses, each of you should notify us of your new, separate addresses.

Authorized representatives filing a form or written statement to change an address for a taxpayer must attach a copy of their power of attorney or Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative. Unauthorized third parties can't change a taxpayer's address.

Changes of address through the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) may update your address of record on file with us based on what they retain in their National Change of Address (NCOA) database. However, even when you notify the USPS, not all post offices forward government checks, so you should still notify us.

For changes of address relating to an employment tax return, we issue confirmation notices (Notices 148A and 148B) for the change to both the new and former address.

It can generally take four to six weeks after receipt for a change of address request to be fully processed.

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