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1. Sent in second request for extension (to 10/15/00) for my 1999 taxes, and it was approved. However, since then, I have moved and new address is covered by a different IRS regional center. Do I mail (file) the tax return in the region I sent the second extension request to, or the region in which I now live?

2. If I mail (file) tax return now showing the new address on it, do I still need to fill out and mail the IRS' form for a change of address, or does filing with the new address on the 1999 return take care of it?

3. The second request for extension was filed with request date of 10/15. Didn't realize at the time that 10/15 is a Sunday. Do I have until Monday 10/16 (P.O. postmark) to "timely" file?

4. Estimated taxes for 1Q, 2Q, and 3Q were mailed to old IRS regional office. I will pay 4Q to new regional office. I assume all these regions have some way of coordinating so a taxpayer gets credit for all estimated taxes paid.

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