IRS Change Of Address Form
IRS Form 8822 (Rev 10/2014)
So you need a IRS Form 8822 for 2014
because an IRS Change of Address never occurred to you when you recently moved from one place to another and let all your friends and family know about your new address.
You probably realized you forgot to make the IRS Address Change when, if you directed the refund to be mailed to your house instead of a bank account, you never received it, even though you were sure you mailed it.
IRS refund checks are returned / sent back to the IRS if you moved but didn't notify either the IRS or the U.S. Postal Service.
If this was the case, you need to officially change your address with the IRS. The best way to do an IRS Address Change is to complete the IRS Change of Address Form (IRS Form 8822) and mail it back to the IRS. The latest revision of this form is October 2014.
Below you can down load and print the latest revision of IRS Form 8822 for FREE. The address to mail form 8822 back to is listed in the instructions provided in the Where To File section on page 2 of the form.
IRS FORM 8822
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If in your situation, you did have a refund check due from the IRS within the last 12 months that was undeliverable because you moved and they didn't have your new address, may be able to change your address online with the IRS; they'll prompt you to enter your new address if they're holding your check. You can try doing this at the IRS Where's My Refund page.
If you aren't prompted, just download the form on this page and mail it in. If for any reason you're not able to download and print this form here, just call 1-800-TAX-FORM (800-829-3676) and you can order it over the phone to be mailed to you.
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