IRS 3911 Form
Form 3911 is a taxpayer's request for a refund - Taxpayer Statement Regarding Refund. This is a form that the IRS sends to a taxpayer who contacted the IRS because they did not receive a refund. The IRS usually includes, along with form 3911, an envelope with the correct return address, which the taxpayer can use to send the completed form 3911 back to the IRS.
But if the IRS has instructed you to print and mail the form and you don't have this envelope, the form instructs the recipient of the form to "send it to the IRS center, where you usually file a paper tax return.
The tax return form / postal form 3911 depends on where you live. If you live in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, or Virginia, send form 3911 to the Department of Treasury, tax services Center, Atlanta, GA 3991-0002.
If you live in Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, or Texas, send an email to the Department of Finance, internal revenue Service, Austin, Texas 73301-0002.
If you live in the district of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, new Hampshire, or Vermont, send an email to the Department of Treasury, internal revenue Center, Andover MA 05501-0002.
If you live in Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, new Jersey, new York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode island, or West Virginia, send a letter to the Treasury Department, internal revenue Center, Kansas city, MO 64999 -0002.
If you reside in any other state, please send an email to the Department of Treasury, tax services Center, Fresno, California, 93888-0002.