Well I just got done preparing IRS form 941. I noticed it wasn’t easy to find out where to mail them, even though I’ve done it f0r many years and have always found the IRS addresses quickly. Where to mail the 940 or the 941 can be found on the IRS website but it’s the layout of pdf page that makes it confusing to decipher.
Where you mail the form depends on two things: what state your business is register in, and whether nor not you are including a payment with your form. The chart-style list used by the IRS is split between two columns on the page and it makes finding out the correct address a little tricky. The problem is that the list of states is so long it carries over onto a second column, and if you’re reading just the first column, you may end up wondering where your state is listed if it’s not listed first. See for yourself, here’s a link to the IRS 941 instructions page.
If you are mailing the 941 to the IRS, you will have to choose from six different addresses spread across three different states. Eastern and Midwestern states mail their forms to one of two addresses in Ohio. Southern and Western states mail to either Georgia or Utah.
First, find your state in the list. When you do this you’ll be narrowing down your choices to only two addresses. Then, choose the address that describes you: mailing a payment or not?
Mail the 941 Here if There’s No Payment
Southern & Western StatesDepartment of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Ogden, UT 84201-0005
North & Midwest StatesDepartment of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Cincinnati, OH 45999-0005
Mail the 941 Here if There’s A Payment
Southern & Western StatesInternal Revenue Service PO Box 105083 Atlanta, GA 30348-5083
North & Midwest StatesInternal Revenue Service PO Box 804522 Cincinnati, OH 45280-4522