Forms the Internal Revenue Service requires to be sent to its Cincinnati office include Form 11-C, Form 1040-ES and Form 1041-QFT, the IRS informs. Additionally, taxpayers and tax professionals living in fourteen Midwest states file Form 1040 at the Cincinnati office when enclosing a payment with the form.
Form 11-C is the Occupational Tax and Registration Return for Wagering Form. Form 1040-ES is the Estimated Income Tax for Estates and Trusts Form, while Form 1041-QFT is the Income Tax Return for Qualified Funeral Trusts, explains the IRS. Additional forms sent to Cincinnati by all taxpayers include all versions of Form 706, which concern estate taxes; Form 709, the Gift Tax Return; Form 720, the Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return; and form 730, the Tax on Wagering form. Forms 8027, 8404, 8831 and 8892 also head to Cincinnati, as do Forms CT-1, CT-2 and 2290.
Taxpayers residing in Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Kansas send Form 1040 to the Cincinnati office when submitting a payment, as do taxpayers in Michigan, Minnesota, Montana and Nebraska, the IRS notes. Residents of North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin also send payments to Cincinnati. Some other forms, such as Form 2553, are sent to Cincinnati if the taxpayer or business resides in certain states. For example, businesses located in most eastern states send Form 2553 to Cincinnati, while most western states submit the form to Ogden, Utah.