IRS Office Lubbock

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This page provides information about the IRS office Lubbock location.

IRS Office Lubbock  – 1205 Texas Ave. Lubbock, TX 79401

This IRS office is located in the George M. Mahon Federal Building in Room 406. Lubbock’s Federal Building and United States Court House, located at the southeast corner of Broadway and Texas Avenue, was dedicated on Aug. 23, 1971, and was renamed the George H. Mahon Federal Building in 1994 to honor Lubbock’s longtime U.S. representative.

Directions

  • North on I-27 – Take the 13th Street exit heading west and continue straight. The guest parking lot is on the Texas Avenue side of the building. Entry to this parking lot is at the southwest end of the lot on 14th Street only, at the corner of 14th Street and Texas Avenue. Exit is at the northwest end of the lot onto Texas Avenue.
  • South on I-27 – Take the 19th Street exit heading west, turn north onto Buddy Holly Avenue and continue north to 14th Street, then turn west to the entrance of the guest parking lot.
  • East or West on Broadway – Turn south onto Buddy Holly Avenue and continue south one block to 14th Street, then turn west to the entrance of the guest parking lot.
  • East or West on 19th Street – Turn north onto Buddy Holly Avenue and continue north to 14th Street, then turn west to the entrance of the guest parking lot.

Hours

Monday-Friday – 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
(Closed for lunch 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m.)
*subject to federal holiday schedule

Contact Info

Phone: (806) 472-7582

Parking

A visitor parking lot is located on the Texas Avenue side of the building. Space is limited.

Security

Individuals entering this federal building will be required to go through a security checkpoint as well as a metal detector.

Appointments

A visitor needs to take prior appointment by calling the phone 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 15 (answers related to your individual Federal Tax Return)
  • 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)

Facilitated Self Assistance (FSA)

This office provides Facilitated Self Assistance (FSA), a self-assistance computer kiosk with an IRS employee available to assist you with navigating the IRS.gov website.  With FSA, you can access the IRS.gov website to complete a number of IRS-related tasks or get more information on the following subjects:

  • Free File program
  • Forms & Publications
  • Where’s My Refund?
  • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
  • Tax law questions
  • Transcripts
  • Online Employer Identification Number (EIN) Application
  • Online Payment Agreement
  • Electronic payments (Direct Pay and EFTPS)

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    • If your remarried your spouse can file an injured spouse form for half of it back. Even to this date. If your not behind child support will send it back, but you have to show proof your not behind. Ask child support to show proof you owe the balance of the arrears they are claiming is not paid. Again, if you remarried your spouse can file an injured spouse form but you must have been married prior to the money being removed from your refund. Late response, hopefully will help you in the future.

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