Update My Address
Congratulations on your move! Whether you moved down the street to to another state you'll want to let us know so that we can update our systems with your new address.
Why is my correct address important?
- We often send out time-sensitive communication to your home address.
- Your permanent residence address is used for tax deductions and year-end tax forms.
- Your permanent residence address is used for our health and welfare providers. For example, you may get benefits statements or replacement medical cards in the mail to the address that we have on file.
BEFORE YOU SUBMIT THIS FORM BELOW, CONSIDER DOWNLOADING AND PRINTING THE TAX FORMS BELOW, COMPLETING THEM (IF YOU NEED TO ADJUST WITHHOLDINGS), AND UPLOADING SCANNED COPIES WITH YOUR REQUEST.
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Tax Forms - If you've moved to a different state you may need to update your tax forms.
- Federal (W-4) - https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf (Delaware residents can use this form)
- Maryland (MD-507) - http://forms.marylandtaxes.com/current_forms/mw507.pdf
- Pennsylvania - Not Applicable / Residents complete this form themselves quarterly.
- Virginia (VA-4) - https://tax.virginia.gov/sites/default/files/taxforms/withholding/any/va-4-any.pdf
- Washington DC (D-4) - https://www.exim.gov/sites/default/files//newsreleases/DCStateTaxForm-1.pdf
- West Virginia (WV/IT-104) - https://www.state.wv.us/taxrev/forms/2009/it104.pdf
Here are a few other things you may want to consider doing.
- Visit www.usps.com/ChangeAddress (you will be redirected to an external site) to get your mail routed to your new address.
- Change your address with the MVA or DMV.
- Maryland residents can visit www.mva.maryland.gov/online-services/ (you will be redirected to an external site)
- Washington DC residents can visit https://dmv.dc.gov/service/dmv-online-services (you will be redirected to an external site)
- Virginia residents can visit http://www.dmv.virginia.gov/onlineServices/ (you will be redirected to an external site)
- Call your bank and make sure that you update your address. Don't forget to order checks with your new address if you need to.
- Update your credit cards with your new billing address.
- Evaluate any online accounts you have that generate recurring credit card charges. You may have to login to places where you buy things (Walmart, Amazon, etc) as well as any services that you have that cost money each month (Pandora, Spotify, etc).
- Update your auto insurance or life insurance providers with your new address.
- Consider revising your will, trusts, or any other document that is used for estate planning, etc.