I filled out a W-4V form and would like to know if I can mail it to any social security office.
Q) I filled out a W-4V form and would like to know if I can mail it to any social security office.
A) Yes, you can mail the W-4V form to any Social Security office. However, to ensure that your form is processed correctly and without delay, it’s recommended that you mail it to the Social Security office that serves your area. You can use the Social Security Office Locator tool on the Social Security Administration’s website to find the office that serves your ZIP code. Additionally, you may want to make a copy of the form for your records and consider sending it by certified mail or with a return receipt request to confirm its delivery.
You can mail your completed Form W-4V to any Social Security office. You can find a list of Social Security offices on the Social Security website.
When you mail your Form W-4V, be sure to include the following information:
- Your full name
- Your Social Security number
- Your mailing address
- Your daytime phone number
- The type of benefits you are receiving
- The amount of tax you would like withheld
You can also fax your Form W-4V to the Social Security office. The fax number for your local Social Security office is available on the Social Security website.
Once you have mailed or faxed your Form W-4V, the Social Security Administration will start withholding taxes from your benefits. You will receive a letter from the Social Security Administration confirming that your request has been processed.
According to IRS website (states on form W-4V) For withholding on social security benefits, give or send the completed Form W-4V to your local Social Security Administration office.
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