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Tax Commission News Release

Save a stamp, drop off tax returns at Tax Commission’s curbside service April 15

BOISE, IDAHO — April 9, 2015 — Last-minute tax filers in the Boise area can drop off their state income tax returns without getting out of their car. The Idaho State Tax Commission will offer its annual curbside service to taxpayers from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15. The Tax Commission is located in Boise at 800 Park Blvd., Plaza IV (the Washington Group Complex). Individual income tax returns and payments are due April 15.

Tax Commission employees will be outside Plaza IV to accept completed state returns, and no postage is needed. Basic state tax forms will also be available at curbside. 

“If you wait until the last day to file your state return, drop it off outside our office and save yourself a stamp and some stress,” said Renee Eymann, curbside service coordinator for the Tax Commission. 

Unlike previous years, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) isn’t able to participate in this year’s curbside service. Taxpayers will need to either mail their federal returns or drop them off at the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center in the federal building at 550 West Fort St. 

Taxpayers can walk into the Tax Commission’s Boise office or call 334-7660 in the Boise area or toll-free at (800) 972-7660 to have tax-related questions answered, get state tax forms, or make payments. Office and phone hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, including April 15.

Taxpayers can also visit the Tax Commission’s website at to find tax forms, make payments, get answers to tax questions, and check on the status of their state refund.




Posted 04-09-2015

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