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Pittsburgh PA Tax Office 1000 Liberty Avenue, 15222 – IRS Tax

Pittsburgh PA IRS Tax Office at 1000 Liberty Avenue is here to help if you need to resolve a tax problem, have questions about how the tax law applies to your individual tax return, or you’re more comfortable talking with someone face-to-face, no appointment is necessary.

IRS Tax Office Pittsburgh 1000 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Monday-Friday – 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

 

(412) 395-5667
State Tax Office Pittsburgh
PA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
PITTSBURGH DISTRICT OFFICE
11 STANWIX ST ROOM 310
PITTSBURGH PA 15222-1312

 

 

Phone: 412-565-5253
Fax: 412-565-3642
State Tax Office Pittsburgh
TAX ASSISTANCE UNIT
PA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
411 7TH AVE RM 420
PITTSBURGH PA 15219-1905

 

 

Phone: 412-565-7540
Fax: 412-565-2195
State Tax Office Pittsburgh
ALLEGHENY COUNTY INHERITANCE TAX OFFICE
216 CITY COUNTY BUILDING
PITTSBURGH PA 15219

 

 

Phone: 412-565-3513
Fax: 412-880-0182

 






One Response to Pittsburgh PA Tax Office 1000 Liberty Avenue, 15222 – IRS Tax

  1. I received CP-11 in July for my 2020 federal tax return. I had made an error in how I claimed an $18,000 rollover and IRS flagged it as invalid deduction. I submitted info backing up the claim it was a valid deduction and that I had simply claimed it on line 10a when it should have been accounted for on line 4b as a reduced amount of line 4a. I have submitted the same backup info twice since then. I received notice CP-501 in late August starting penalty and late fee charges. After several tries to get my account put on hold, I finally reached someone and got a 90 day hold. In late Sept. I received notice that IRS had my info but needed 60 days to review. Just last week I got notice they need another 60 days. The 90 day hold has now expired. Any number I try to talk to someone about further hold of my account says “too busy call back later”. Same for when I call the number to schedule an appointment at my local office. In short I simply would like to talk to a rep or meet with a rep. I believe 10 minutes would resolve the issue. And I do not want to start accumulating penalties and fees. Not sure who this email is going to but can you offer any assistance?

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  1. They send my husband a letter with a number to call. It states they are to busy to take calls try tomorrow. It has been over a week off calling everyday. He and I have more than 10 hours of trying every phone number on letter plus our local office. I am done.

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