IRS Document Upload Tool


You can upload documents in response to an IRS notice, phone conversation or in-person visit, or to apply to the Employee Retention Credit Voluntary Disclosure Program. Don’t use this tool to file a tax return.

What you need

To upload your documents and verify your identity, you’ll need to enter:

  • An access code (if provided), or the number and title of the notice or letter
  • Your first and last name
  • Social Security, Individual Taxpayer Identification (ITIN) or Employer Identification (EIN) number

Use the Document Upload Tool

How it works

The IRS Document Upload Tool is a secure, easy and fast way to send information to the IRS. You can use the tool to:

  • Upload scans, photos or digital copies of documents as JPGs, PNGs or PDFs
  • Get confirmation that we received your documents

If you don’t have an access code

You can enter a notice or letter number.

Watch the video: How to use the document upload tool

Verify it's the IRS

To verify mail is from the IRS, search for the notice or letter.

If you receive a notice with a link, carefully check it. It should include “https” and “” For example: 


Understanding your IRS notice or letter

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