Does the IRS Allow a P.O. Box Address?

Does the IRS Allow a P.O. Box Address?

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Yes, the IRS will allow a P.O. box address on your tax return only if your post office doesn’t deliver mail to your home. The W-9 and W-4 instructions do not specifically state if a P.O. box is allowed, however, the 1040 (tax return) instructions state that a P.O. box is allowed if mail is not delivered to your home address.

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