Can you fax information to the IRS?

The IRS still offers users the option to send sensitive documentation via mail and fax. To fax any document to the IRS, you’ll need this number: (855) 215-1627.

How do I contact IRS collections department?

You may call the IRS at 800-829-1040 (see Telephone and Local Assistance for hours of operation) to discuss any IRS bill. Please have the bill and your records with you when you call.

Can I fax or email the IRS?

Go to the FAX. PLUS Web app or use any of our other platforms (Android, iOS.) and login to your account (You can use your current email or Google account to sign up for free). On the app, go to the Send Fax section. Enter the IRS fax number in the To field and attach the IRS form you would like to submit.

How do I find my IRS fax number?

You will need to call the phone number listed on the correspondence received from the IRS. They are the only ones that can verify the documents were received. They don’t tell you when they received fax documents so don’t panic because they didn’t confirm receipt; they don’t do that.

How do I contact the IRS to make a payment arrangement?

What if I am not eligible or unable to apply or revise a payment plan online?

  1. Individuals can complete Form 9465, Installment Agreement Request.
  2. If you prefer to apply by phone, call 800-829-1040 (individual) or 800-829-4933 (business), or the phone number on your bill or notice.

What can you do if you owe the IRS?

What to do if you owe the IRS

  1. Set up an installment agreement with the IRS. Taxpayers can set up IRS payment plans, called installment agreements.
  2. Request a short-term extension to pay the full balance.
  3. Apply for a hardship extension to pay taxes.
  4. Get a personal loan.
  5. Borrow from your 401(k).
  6. Use a debit/credit card.

How do you get a fax number?

Use your Android or iOS smartphone with the free MyFax app to send and receive faxes anywhere at any time. Sign in from your computer and review incoming faxes or send new faxes. Print a fax from your email. Never worry about paper, ink, busy signals or finding a machine to send a fax again.