Change of Address (IRS)

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Change of Business Address Forms 

In the event that your business changes its mailing address or place of business, or the identity of the entity’s responsible party shifts, remembering to notify state and federal government agencies might slip your mind.

However, it’s important to make the appropriate notifications with change of address forms to keep business running smoothly, and to ensure you receive all the proper notifications from state or federal agencies.

Securing a change of address form can be just as important to your business as filling out common tax forms, like the one for a Federal Tax ID number, or filing entity classification election tax forms.

Neglecting to file change of address forms with the appropriate governing bodies could ultimately cost a business extra time and money.     

You should file change of address forms to notify the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other state agency if you changed:

  • Your business mailing address,
  • Your business location, or
  • The identity of the responsible party

A responsible party is someone who is given authority to act on behalf of the business. Generally, the principal officer, general partner, etc., as defined by the IRS, is named the responsible party.

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If your business is planning on moving, has already changed locations, or the identity of your company’s responsible party has changed, you are required to file change of address forms.

Complete our simplified change of address forms online, or search for other relevant tax forms you might have neglected to file, including Federal Tax ID number applications, Employer Identification Number applications, or entity classification election tax forms.

Don’t wait to notify the IRS and other state agencies about your change of address.

Select Entity Type

The first step is to choose which entity classification is right for your business. If you are unsure, take the easy survey and find out which one if best for you!

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Get Tax ID Number

The second step is to submit an application for a Tax ID number from the IRS. You will receive your Tax ID online, quickly and easily.

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