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IRS Office Appleton – 1901B East Capitol Drive, Appleton, WI 54911

The IRS Office at Appleton is located by the northeast corner of the Appleton Memorial park, in between Interstate highway 41 and E Northland Avenue. The office is smaller yet highly functional and located alongside few other small offices and agencies at the same address. There are filling stations, diners and some other businesses located in nearby areas like BAKA Enterprise, Inc., Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley region, Style Etc., Growing Together Child Care Center, McDonald’s, Hardee’s, Baskin-Robbins etc. The tenants at this same address are Alex Tapplin (Chiropractor), AT&T Solutions.NET, The Exercise Coach (Personal Trainer), Katie A. Loken MPT (Physical Therapy Clinic) and Valley Spine & Sport – Appleton.

Directions

East on Interstate 41: Head west on I-41 and exit through 144 for Ballard Road. Turn left onto N Ballard Road/County Road E (South) and continue for a quarter mile. Then use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto E Capitol Drive. The IRS Office will be on the left on this road.

West on Interstate 41: Head east on I-41 and exit this highway through exit 144 for Ballard Road N. At the fork keep right and look out for Ballard Road signs. Merge onto N Ballard Road/County Road E (South). Turn right onto E Capitol Drive and continue, the IRS Office will be on the left.

North on County Road: Head south on N Ballard Road/County Road toward Apple Creek Trail. Take a right turn onto E Capitol Drive and continue driving. The IRS Office will be on the left.

South on Bell Avenue: Head north on N Richmond Street toward W Grant Street. At the traffic circle that comes up, take the 1st exit onto W Northland Avenue. Then turn left onto N Ballard Road/County Road. Continue for a while, around half a mile then turn left onto E Capitol Drive. The IRS Office will be on the left.

Hours

Monday through Friday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm, with a one hour lunch break at noon from 12 pm to 1 pm. This office follows the federal holiday schedule.

Contact

Information: (920) 996-4860

Appointment: (844) 545-5640

Parking

This office provides on-premises public parking facility for the visitors to this place.

Security

All public visitors are required to pass through some electronic security equipment. Presenting a government issued valid ID card is required for confirmation of identity and appointment.

Appointment

All public visitors are required to take appointments prior to visiting, by calling the number provided above.

Services

  • Account inquiries (help with letters, notices and levies on your wages or bank account)
  • Adjustments (changes to tax account information or payments)
  • Alien clearances (Sailing Permits)
  • Assistance with Affordable Care Act tax provision questions for individuals
  • Basic tax law assistance January 1 – April 18 (answers related to your individual Federal Tax Return) (Topics)
  • Form 911, Request for Taxpayer Advocate Service Assistance
  • Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return (submission of tax return if unable to e-file)
  • Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers and Form W-7 (More Information)
  • Multilingual assistance (over 150 languages translated)
  • Payment arrangements
  • Payments (check or money order only)
  • Procedural inquiries
  • Solutions to tax issues
  • Tax forms (based on availability)

*Does not accept cash payments

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    • A CP3219a Notice says “We received information that is different from what you reported on your tax return. This may result in an increase or decrease in your tax. The notice explains how the amount was calculated and how you can challenge it in U.S Tax Court.”

      What you must do
      – Read the notice carefully. It explains the proposed increase or decrease in your tax. Note: The amounts shown as due on the notice may not match your previous notice because you can’t challenge all items in U.S. Tax Court.

      -If you agree with the changes, sign the enclosed Form 5564, Notice of Deficiency – Waiver, and mail to the address shown on the notice.

      -If you don’t agree with the changes, you have the right to challenge the proposed changes by filing a petition with the U.S. Tax Court no later than the date shown on the notice. Please note the court can’t consider your case if you file the petition late.

      -If you don’t agree with the changes and have additional information for us to consider, mail or fax the information with the Form 5564 to the address or fax number on the notice. Our review of the new information won’t extend the time you have to file a petition with the U.S. Tax Court.

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