Georgia IRS OfficesClick for Directions on Google Maps:
235 Roosevelt Ave., Albany, GA - (229) 430-8401
355 E. Hancock Ave., Athens, GA - (706) 546-2008
2888 Woodcock Blvd., Atlanta (Koger), GA - (404) 338-7962
401 W. Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta (Summit), GA - (404) 338-7962
2743 Perimeter Pkwy., Augusta, GA - (706) 868-1374
3604 Macon Rd., Columbus, GA - (706) 494-9079
1008 Professional Blvd., Dalton, GA - (404) 338-7962
329 Oak St, Gainesville, GA - (770) 536-2235
435 2nd Street, Macon, GA - (478) 752-6770
600 E. First St., Rome, GA - (706) 291-5680
120 Barnard St., Savannah, GA - (912) 651-1430
1899 Powers Ferry Rd., Smyrna/Marietta, GA - (404) 338-7962
File Taxes FreeThe IRS has a special program available for those who qualify to file their taxes for free. Visit the IRS's site for more info.
What is a W-2 Form?You should receive a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, from each of your employers. Employers have until January 31, 2011 to send you a 2010 Form W-2 earnings statement. Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, is used in the United States income tax system as an information return to report wages paid to employees and the taxes withheld from them. The form is also used to report FICA taxes to the Social Security Administration. Relevant amounts on Form W-2 are reported by the Social Security Administration to the Internal Revenue Service.
If you owe backtaxes and cannot pay off the entire tax, consider an Offer in Compromise. You can contact the IRS yourself or use a tax relief company to hel p guide you through the process.