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The best way to check your return’s status is to use the Where’s My Refund tool on the IRS website. Don’t call the IRS unless Where’s My Refund tells you to. Calling the IRS unnecessarily will just bog them down and make things slower for everyone, including you.Can you look up your taxes online?
Now, thanks to online technology, you can easily file your tax return online from the comfort and convenience of your own home. Plus, when you file online, you can look at your tax return online at a later date if need be, whereas if you file the traditional way, you only have a copy if you made one before mailing it in to the IRS.Where do I send 1040 Form?
Residents who send money mail Form 1040 to Louisville, Ky., Charlotte, N.C., San Francisco, Cincinnati, or Hartford, Conn. Addresses for payments go to post office boxes and non-payments go to service centers. Taxpayers who file other forms may have to send the documents to different addresses.