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What is the mailing address for IRS Form 941?

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The general mailing address for IRS Form 941 is the Internal Revenue Service, P.O. Box 409101, Ogden, UT 84409, according to the Internal Revenue Service. For specific addresses, individuals mailing from most states east of the Mississippi River should send Form 941 to the Internal Revenue Service in Cincinnati, Ohio.

States west of the Mississippi and exempt organizations can send the IRS Form 941 to the Internal Revenue Service in Ogden, UT 84201-0005, according to the Internal Revenue Service. For Puerto Rico residents, a Form 941 that includes a payment is sent to P.O. Box 37941, Hartford, CT 06176-7941. Without an included payment, the form goes to the Ogden, Utah, address. IRS Forms 941 are used by employers to file quarterly tax returns, according to the Internal Revenue Service.


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