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Certified Mail vs. Certified Mail Return Receipt

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Certified Mail® is a USPS mail service commonly used to send important documents. The sender can track their Certified Mail through the USPS and be notified of Proof of Delivery once the item has been delivered or a delivery attempt has been made. Certified Mail is used in a wide range of industries: including law…

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3 Tips for Sending Certified Mail to the IRS

“In this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes.” So said Benjamin Franklin more than two centuries ago, and it’s still true today. At least once a year, everyone must communicate with the IRS regarding taxes, whether it’s a tax return, payment, or other tax-related documents. While it’s become quite common in recent years…

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Registered Mail vs. Certified Mail

Registered Mail vs. Certified Mail

When sending a product that has significant value or important documents, the USPS offers two great options: Registered Mail and Certified Mail. However, sometimes people mix up the two services or think they are the same product. While there are some similarities, there are also important differences between Registered Mail and Certified Mail. This article…

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Certified Mail vs. Priority Mail

When you are sending important documents, there are many USPS options to choose from including Priority Mail, First Class Mail, Media Mail, and Certified Mail. But what is the best option? That depends. Each USPS mail service is designed for a specific purpose. This article focuses on two popular options — USPS Certified Mail versus…

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Certified Mail Forms

Certified Mail Forms

Since it was introduced in 1955, Certified Mail® has become one of the most popular services offered by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) for sending important documents. Each year, the USPS delivers more than 165 million Certified Mail letters to addresses nationwide. But what exactly is Certified Mail and what type of Certified Mail forms…

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