There are four ways that you can update your address:
- Change your address online. Make the change by accessing your existing "My Account". If you do not have an account, you can create one in order to update mailing address, phone number, email address, and communication preferences in the future. Learn more about "My Account" services.
- Fill out a paper form. Fill out the Change of Address/Name form on your computer, print it, and send it to us; or print it, fill it out by hand, and mail or fax it to the Department of Revenue. For confidentiality reasons, we do not accept these forms by email at this time.
- Change your address on your next tax return. If you have a paper form with the old address, simply cross it out and clearly write the new address on your return. If you are using a new form, just include the correct address. Remember to check the box next to the address to indicate that your address has changed.
- Call our taxpayer services. To change your address immediately, call 503-378-4988 and speak with one of our representatives.
If you have an outstanding balance on any year's taxes, you may pay it in full at any time, plus penalties and interest. If you can't make lump sum payment, you may qualify for a payment plan. You can set up a payment plan online, or call and speak to a Tax Services representative.
Usually, payment plans must be paid within 12 months. For more information, call 503-945-8200
Read through Payment Plan FAQ
Set up a Payment Plan online
Use any of the following options to receive updates on tax law changes:
Personal Income Tax Refunds:
The Oregon Legislature decides how much money we need to fund our state resources and prepares biennial (two-year) budgets.
The 1979 Oregon Legislature passed the "2 percent kicker" law, requiring a refund of excess revenue to taxpayers when actual General Fund revenues are more than 2 percent above the forecasted amount. Refund checks are issued when this criteria is met.
Business/Corporation Tax Refunds:
The state surplus refund, or kicker also applies to businesses, though it's administered separately from the personal income tax kicker.
Get the fact about the Oregon surplus refund.
You must submit a power of attorney form to:
- allow us to share your confidential tax information with another person. This person won't receive any of notices we send to you.
- authorize another person to represent you and act on your behalf. You may choose a family member, employer, lawyer, tax preparer or other individual. See the power of attorney form instructions for more information.
Download the Power of Attorney Form