DENVER (CBS4) – The United States Postal Service says it’s ready for last-minute tax filers.
This year all Post Office locations will be open regular hours on April 15, the deadline to send in tax returns, but only one location will be open after hours. The Denver GMF retail facility located at 7500 East 53rd Place will be open until midnight.
For the offices that won’t be staying open late, collection boxes will be available outside with self-service stamp kiosks.
“Customers who arrive after the window closes can still purchase stamps at the kiosk and place the returns in the outside mailbox before midnight,” the Post Office said in a statement.
The following locations will have collection boxes:
- Bear Valley Station, 7555 W. Amherst
- Capitol Hill Station, 1571 Marion St.
- Downtown Station, 951 20th St.
- Glendale Station, 945 Birch St.
- Lakewood Station, 10799 W. Alameda Ave.
- Mile High Station, 450 W. 14th St.
- Montclair Station, 8725 E. 11th Ave.
- North Pecos Station, 1411 Cortez St.
- Northglenn Station, 11887 Washington St.
- South Denver Station, 225 S. Broadway
- Sullivan Station, 8700 E. Jefferson Way
- University Park Station, 3800 Buchtel Blvd.
Additional Information From The United States Postal Service
Tax Mailing tips:
- Apply the proper postage or stamps, especially if enclosing extra forms and schedules. Using a regular size Number 2 envelope, First Class postage costs 49 cents for the first ounce.
- For heavier envelopes, add extra stamps or postage amounting to 20 cents for each additional ounce.
- If you are not sure about the correct postage, it is best to add additional stamps, or take your forms to the Post Office to ensure that correct postage is applied.
- Make sure you print the proper IRS address on the front of the envelope.
- Print your return address in the upper-left-hand corner of your tax mail envelope.
- Customers who wish certification that their tax mail form was sent, should send it Certified Mail
- Customers with IRS tax questions can contact the IRS at 1-800-829-1040; or go to www.irs.gov.
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.