VIRGINIA
separate property state

 

Military Income:   Fully taxable, but exemption allowed.  Check military block on Virginia military W2.

Military Spouse Residency Relief Act:  Service member present in Virginia in compliance with military orders. Spouse in state solely to be with service member. Spouse must be a resident of same state as service member. To claim a refund on tax withheld from nonresident military spouse's wages and salary, file VA Form 763-S. Must include copy of resident state's tax return, (if resident state taxes income), and copy(ies) of W-2(s). Suggested items to send with the VA 763-S include copy of LES, current driver's license from resident state or DD Form 2058 (State of Legal Residence Certificate). File Form VA-4 with employer to exempt tax withholding.

Forms Used:            

Filing Status:  Can file joint or separate.  If one spouse is not a resident, a separate return MUST be filed. 

Attach Copy of Federal Return:  Yes

Not Taxed:

Other State Tax Credit:  Available.  Attach Virginia Form TC and copy of other state return.  

Where to Mail:

Virginia returns may be mailed to either the Commissioner of Revenue for the individual's Locality, (See VA Codes, listed below for addresses), or can be mailed directly to the Department of Taxation at:

REFUND RETURNS
Virginia Department of Taxation
PO Box 1498
Richmond, VA 23218-1498


TAX DUE RETURNS
Virginia Department of Taxation
PO Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

Refund Inquiry:  (888) 268-2829 Website:  www.tax.virginia.gov
General Information:  (804) 367-8031 E-File Help Desk:  (804) 367-6100
Forms:  (804) 236-2760 Other Info:

Virginia Department of Taxation
Forms Request Unit
PO Box 1317
Richmond, VA  23218-1317

Virginia Department of Taxation
PO Box 1115
Richmond, VA  23218-1115

E-filing Info:  Retain 8453 for 3 years.   The following CANNOT be filed electronically:
  • Married Filing Separate Part-Year Return
Tax Form Instructions:
Resident Instructions Non-Resident Instructions
Part-Year Instructions  

 Filing Status Scenarios

1.  Taxpayer and Spouse Residents (Use also for Single Taxpayer)
2.  Taxpayer and Spouse Different States of Residence
3.  Taxpayer and Spouse Non-Residents
4.  Taxpayer Non-Resident - Spouse Part-Year Resident
5.  Taxpayer Married or Single - Resident but Income from Other State
6.  Amended Return

 

1.  Taxpayer and Spouse Residents (Use also for Single Taxpayer) - Taxpayer and spouse are both Virginia residents, lived at their present location all year, and one or both had income.

Main Info Screen.

 

W-2 Form.  Virginia gives an exclusion for military income.  To exclude the military income properly you must check the Military box on the bottom of the W-2 form for the military member's income.

Virginia 760 Form.  A joint resident Virginia income tax return is prepared. 

 

Virginia Form 760 Pg 2.Virginia requires the Name of the city or county in which the  taxpayer lives in Virginia. If the return is for a military member, or a military spouse, list the last location lived at in Virginia.  Look up codes to view the options available. 

Virginia Resident and Nonresident Subtractions.  Review this form to ensure that the military income is exempted on line 38.  For every $1.00 of income over $15,000, the maximum subtraction is reduced by $1.00. 

NOTE: * * * Virginia allows an VA Earned Income Tax Credit if the Taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC. Virginia, however, does not allow the credit the taxpayer claims the Basic military pay subtraction. If the taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC, check the return both with the military pay subtraction, (W-2 military box checked), and without to determine which method benefits the taxpayer more.* * *

Complete all other fields and forms with red or required information.

2.  Taxpayer and Spouse - Different States of Residence - Taxpayer or spouse is a resident of Virginia, while the other member is a resident of a different state.  A Virginia income tax return must be prepared due to the taxpayer or spouse having Virginia earned income.

Main Info Screen.  If one spouse is not a resident, a separate return MUST be filed.  For this example, the taxpayer is a resident of Virginia while the spouse is a resident of North Dakota.

 

W-2 Form.  Virginia gives an exclusion for military income.  To exclude the military income properly you must check the Military box on the bottom of the W-2 form for the military member's income.

Resident/Nonresident Worksheet.  Review form to ensure income is split correctly for the appropriate states.

 

Virginia 760 Form.   A married filing separate resident Virginia income tax return should be prepared.  You must check the box for the Taxpayer to generate a married filing separate return. 

Virginia Form 760 Pg 2.Virginia requires the Name of the city or county in which the  taxpayer lives in Virginia. If the return is for a military member, or a military spouse, list the last location lived at in Virginia.  Look up codes to view the options available. 

Virginia Resident and Nonresident Subtractions.  Review this form to ensure that the military income is exempted on line 38.  For every $1.00 of income over $15,000, the maximum subtraction is reduced by $1.00. 

NOTE: * * * Virginia allows an VA Earned Income Tax Credit if the Taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC. Virginia, however, does not allow the credit the taxpayer claims the Basic military pay subtraction. If the taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC, check the return both with the military pay subtraction, (W-2 military box checked), and without to determine which method benefits the taxpayer more.* * *

Review the remainder of the Virginia Form 760 to ensure the other state income is being subtracted correctly.  Complete all other fields and forms with red or required information.

3.  Taxpayer and Spouse Non-Residents - Taxpayer and spouse are residents of a different state.  The spouse and taxpayer must file a Virginia tax return due to one or both having Virginia earned income.

VA-763-S - Special Nonresident Claim for Income Tax Withheld. A nonresident military spouse can receive a refund of withheld VA taxes by using VA 763-S. This form can only be used by the taxpayer or the spouse. Complete the form as shown in the example. Select the spouse block as shown.

 

Exemption Catagory. Select line 3 Military spouse exemption as shown. List the state of residency of both taxpayer and spouse. Taxpayer and spouse must have the same domiciliary to claim the exemption.

 

4.  Taxpayer Non-Resident - Spouse Part-Year Resident - Taxpayer and spouse moved to or from Virginia during the tax year.  The taxpayer is a resident of a different state.  The Spouse is a part-year resident of Virginia.  The Spouse and taxpayer must file a Virginia tax return due to one or both of them having Virginia earned income and possibly income from another state.

Main Info Screen.  For this example, the taxpayer is in the military and a resident of Indiana.  The taxpayer and spouse moved from Virginia to North Dakota during the year.  The spouse was a resident of Virginia but is now changing their residency to North Dakota for tax purposes.  The spouse therefore was a part-year resident of both Virginia and North Dakota and must file a Virginia income tax return because the spouse worked in Virginia.

 

Part Year Resident States Worksheet.  Review form to ensure income is split correctly for the appropriate states.

 

Virginia Form 760PY.  A married filing separate part-year resident Virginia income tax return should be prepared.  You must enter the Name of the city or county in which the  principle place of business, employment, or income source in Virginia was located.  Look up codes to view the options available.  You must enter the dates of residency.  You must check the box for the person with the Virginia income. (the Spouse in this example), to generate a married filing separate return.  This form is used to subtract out all the other-states (Indiana and North Dakota) income. 

 

Review the remainder of the Virginia Form 760PY to ensure the other state income is being subtracted correctly.  Complete all other fields and forms with red or required information.

5.  Married or Single Military Resident of Virginia with Income from Another State  - Taxpayer is single.  The taxpayer must file a Virginia tax return due to him or her having Virginia earned income.

Main Info Screen.  For this example the taxpayer is a military member stationed in North Dakota but a resident of Virginia.  The taxpayer had a job in North Dakota therefore having North Dakota earned income.

 

Resident/Nonresident Worksheet.  Review form to ensure income is split correctly for the appropriate states.

 

Virginia 104 Form.  A resident Virginia income tax return is prepared.  Virginia taxes residents on income from all sources, even income earned while living in another state (North Dakota as in this example). A resident return is prepared.

Virginia Form 760 Pg 2.Virginia requires the Name of the city or county in which the  taxpayer lives in Virginia. If the return is for a military member, or a military spouse, list the last location lived at in Virginia.  Look up codes to view the options available. 

Virginia Resident and Nonresident Subtractions.  Review this form to ensure that the military income is exempted on line 38.  For every $1.00 of income over $15,000, the maximum subtraction is reduced by $1.00. 

Virginia 760 Form, Page 3, Schedule OSC.  Credit Computation must be prepared to give a credit for taxes paid to another state. You must complete the other states tax return first, then enter the amount of tax from the other states tax return.  This is not the amount the taxpayer had withheld from his or her pay but the amount of tax imposed on them.  Line 3 is the amount of income earned in the other state (North Dakota).  Line 5 is the amount of income tax liability on the (North Dakota) tax return. Ensure lines 1,2 and 6 are answered as in the example.  A copy of the other state's return must be attached to the Virginia return if not e-filed. (You can tab to the box to attach a PDF and press F3 to remove the red field if no PDF will be attached)

NOTE: * * * Virginia allows an VA Earned Income Tax Credit if the Taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC. Virginia, however, does not allow the credit the taxpayer claims the Basic military pay subtraction. If the taxpayer qualified for Federal EIC, check the return both with the military pay subtraction, (W-2 military box checked), and without to determine which method benefits the taxpayer more.* * *

Complete all other fields and forms with red or required information.

6.  Amended Return  - An amended Virginia return must be filed because the taxpayer received new tax information after their Virginia return was filed.
Federal 1040X Form.  Before making any changes to the tax return add the US 1040X form to the tax return.  You must check the box under Income and Deductions to lock in the entries in Column A - Original amount or as previously adjusted.

Virginia - Virginia Individual Income Tax Return.  The same Virginia Form that was used to file the return is used to amend the return.  You must check Amended Return and the box to lock in the original refund or balance due before making any changes to the return.

Make whatever changes are required to the federal tax return.  For this example, a new W-2 was received.

Virginia - Virginia Individual Income Tax Return.  Determine if the taxpayer is receiving an additional refund or owes money.

Amended returns can not be e-filed.  The taxpayer must mail the federal 1040X and any state amended returns if required to be filed.

Where to Mail depends on county of domicile/former residence.  Addresses are listed below.

Accomack County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 186
Accomack, VA  23301

(757)787-5747

Albemarle County
Director of Finance
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA  23218-0760

804-296-5851

Alexandria City
Director of Finance
P. 0. Box 760
Richmond, VA  23218-0760

703-838-4570

Alleghany County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 632
Covington, VA  24426-0632

540-965-1640

Amelia County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 269
Amelia, VA  23002

804-561-2158

Amherst County
Commission of Revenue
P O Box 719
Amherst, VA  24521

804-946-9310

Appomattox County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 125
Appomattox, VA 24522

804-352-7450

Arlington County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA  23218-0760

703-228-3055

Augusta County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 959
Verona, VA  24482

540-245-5640

Bath County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 130
Warm Springs, VA  24484

540-839-7231

Bedford County
Commissioner of Revenue
122 E Main St Suite 103
Bedford, VA  24523-2042

540-586-7621

Bedford City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 807
Bedford, VA  24523

540-586-7105

Bland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 130
Bland, VA  24315

540-688-4291

Botetourt County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 128
Fincastle, VA 24090

540-473-8270

Bristol County
Commissioner of Revenue
497 Cumberland St
Bristol, VA 24201-4391

540-645-7316

Brunswick County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 669
Lawrenceville, VA  23868

804-848-2313

Buchanan County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1042
Grundy, VA  24614

540-935-6542

Buckingham County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 138
Buckingham, VA  23921

804-969-4972

Buena Vista County
Commissioner of Revenue
2039 Sycamore Ave
Buena Vista, VA 24416-3133

540-261-8610

Campbell County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 66
Rustburg, VA 24588

804-332-9518

Caroline County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 531
Bowling Green, VA 22427

804-633-4054

Carroll County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

540-728-2331

Charles City County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 7
Charles City, VA 23030-0007

804-829-9216

Charlotte County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 308
Charlotte C.H., VA 23923

804-542-5546

Charlottesville City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 9031
Charlottesville, VA 22906-9031

804-970-3160

Chesapeake City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 15285
Chesapeake, VA 23328-5285

757-382-6732

Chesterfield County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 124
Chesterfield, VA 23832-0124

804-748-1281

Clarke County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 67
Berryville, VA 22611

540-955-5108

Clifton Forge City
Commissioner of Revenue
City Hall 547 E Main St
Clifton Forge, VA 24422

540-863-2506

Colonial Heights City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 3401
Colonial Heights, VA 23834

804-520-9280

Covington City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Drawer 58
Covington, VA 24426

540-965-6350

Craig County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 186
New Castle, VA 24127-0186

540-864-6241

Culpeper County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1807
Culpeper, VA 22701

540-727-3443

Cumberland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 77
Cumberland, VA  23040

804-492-4280

Danville City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 480
Danville, VA 24543

804-799-5145

Dickenson County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1067
Clintwood, VA 24228

540-926-1646

Dinwiddie County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 104
Dinwiddie, VA 23841

804-469-4507

Emporia City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 956
Emporia, VA 23847

804-634-5405

Essex County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 879
Tappahannock, VA 22560-0879

804-443-2661

Fairfax County
Dir, Dept of Tax Admin
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

703-324-8234

Fairfax City
Commissioner of Revenue
10455 Armstrong St
Room 210 City Hall
Fairfax, VA 22030-3649

703-385-7882

Falls Church City
Commissioner of Revenue
300 Park Ave
Falls Church, VA  22046

703-241-5065

Fauquier County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 149
Warrenton, VA  20188-0149

540-347-8617

Floyd County
Commissioner of Revenue
100 E Main St Room 204
Floyd, VA 24091

540-745-9345

Fluvanna County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

804-589-8322

Franklin County
Commissioner of Revenue
275 S. Main St
Rocky Mt, VA 24151

540-483-3083

Franklin City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 389
Franklin, VA 23851-0389

757-562-8547

Frederick County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

540-665-5681

Fredericksburg City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 644
Fredericksburg, VA 22404-0644

540-372-1004

Galax City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

540-236-2528

Giles County
Commissioner of Revenue
130 N. Main St
Pearisburg, VA 24134-1625

540-921-3321

Gloucester County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 577
Gloucester, VA 23061-0577

804-693-3451

Goochland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 60
Goochland, VA 23063

804-556-5307

Grayson County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 126
Independence, VA 24348

540-773-2381

Greene County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

804-985-5211

Greensville County
Commissioner of Revenue
1750 East Atlantic St Rm 216
Emporia, VA 23847

804-348-4227

Halifax County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1847
Halifax, VA 24558

804-476-3314

Hampton City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 636
Hampton, VA  23669-0636

757-727-6690

Hanover County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 129
Hanover, VA 23069

804-537-6129

Harrisonburg City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 20031
Harrisonburg, VA 22801-7531

540-434-2233

Henrico County
Director of Finance
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

804-501-5580

Henry County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1077
Collinsville, VA 24078

540-634-4690

Highland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 148
Monterey, VA  24465

540-468-2142

Hopewell City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1604
Hopewell, VA 23860

804-541-2237

Isle of Wight County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 107
Isle of Wight, VA 23397

757-365-6222

James City County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 283
Williamsburg, VA 23187-0283

757-253-6695

King & Queen County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 178
King & Queen Court House, VA 23085

804-785-5976

King George County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 258
King George, VA 22485-0258

540-775-4664

King William County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 217
King William, VA  23086

804-769-4941

Lancaster County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 122
Lancaster, VA 22503

804-462-7920

Lee County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 96
Jonesville, VA 24263

540-346-7722

Lexington County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 922
Lexington, VA  24450

540-463-4615

Loudoun County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

703-777-0260

Louisa County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 8
Louisa, VA 23093

540-967-3432

Lunenburg County
Commissioner of Revenue
11512 Courthouse Rd Suite 101
Lunenburg, VA 23952

804-696-2516

Lynchburg County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 858
Lynchburg, VA 24505-0858

804-847-1305

Madison County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 56
Madison, VA 22727

540-948-4421

Manassas City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

703-257-8298

Manassas Park City
Commissioner of Revenue
One Park Center Court
Manassas Park, VA 20111-2395

703-335-8826

Martinsville City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1222
Martinsville, VA 24114-1222

540-656-5131

Mathews County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 896
Mathews, VA 23109-0896

804-725-7168

Mecklenburg County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 360
Boydton, VA 23917

804-738-6191

Middlesex County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 148
Saluda, VA 23149-0148

804-758-5331

Montgomery County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 6098
Christiansburg, VA 24068-6098

540-382-3710

Nelson County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 246
Lovingston, VA 22949

804-263-4009

New Kent County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

804-966-9610

Newport News City
Commissioner of Revenue
2400 Washington Ave
Newport News, VA 23607-4389

757-926-8653

Norfolk City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 2260
Norfolk, VA 23501

757-441-2277

Northampton County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 65
Eastville, VA 23347

757-678-0448

Northumberland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 309
Heathsville, VA 22473

804-580-4600

Norton City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 347
Norton, VA 24273

540-679-0031

Nottoway County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 5
Nottoway, VA 23955

804-645-9317

Orange County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 389
Orange, VA 22960-0227

540-672-4441

Page County
Commissioner of Revenue
101 S. Court St
Luray, VA  22835

540-743-3840

Patrick County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

540-694-7131

Petersburg City
Commissioner of Revenue
135 N Union St
Petersburg, VA 23803

804-733-2315

Pittsylvania County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 272
Chatham, VA 24531-0272

804-432-7940

Poquoson City
Commissioner of Revenue
500 City Hall Ave
Poquoson, VA 23662

757-868-3020

Portsmouth City
Commissioner of Revenue
801 Crawford St
Portsmouth, VA 23704-3870

757-393-8740

Powhatan County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 40
Powhatan, VA 23139

804-598-5616

Prince Edward County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 446
Farmville, VA 23901

804-392-3231

Prince George County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 155
Prince George, VA 23875-0155

804-733-2626

Prince William County
Director of Finance
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

703-792-6710

Pulaski County
Commissioner of Revenue
52 West Main St Suite 200
Pulaski, VA 24301-5016

540-980-7750

Radford City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 3606
Radford, VA 24143

540-731-3613

Rappahannock County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 115
Washington, VA 22747

540-675-3513

Richmond County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 366
Warsaw, VA 22572

804-333-3722

Richmond City
Director of Finance
PO Box 760
Richmond, VA  23218-0760

804-780-5690

Roanoke County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 21709
Roanoke, VA 24108-0586

540-772-2049

Roanoke City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1160
Roanoke, VA 24004

540-853-2523

Rockbridge County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1160
Lexington, VA 24450-1160

540-463-3431

Rockingham County
Commissioner of Revenue
20 E Gay St
Harrisonburg, VA 22802

540-564-3000

Russell County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 517
Lebanon, VA 24266

540-889-8018

Salem City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 869
Salem, VA 24153

540-375-3019

Scott County
Commissioner of Revenue
104 E Jackson St Suite 6
Gate City, VA 24251

540-386-7692

Shenandoah County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Richmond, VA 23218-0760

540-459-6170

Symth County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 985
Marion, VA 24354

540-783-7201

Southampton County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 760
Courtland, VA 23837-0760

757-653-3032

Spotsylvania County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 175
Spotsylvania, VA 22553-0175

540-582-7046

Stafford County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 98
Stafford, VA 22555-0098

540-658-4131

Staunton City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 4
Staunton, VA 24402-0004

540-332-3829

Suffolk City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1459
Suffolk, VA 23439-1459

757-925-6420

Surry County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 35
Surry, VA 23883

757-294-5225

Sussex County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1398
Sussex, VA 23884-0398

804-246-5511

Tazewell County
Commissioner of Revenue
101 E Main St
Tazewell, VA 24651

540-988-7541

Virginia Beach City
Commissioner of Revenue
2401 Court House Dr
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9002

757-427-4483

Warren County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1775
Front Royal, VA 22630-1775

540-635-2651

Washington County
Commissioner of Revenue
174 E Main St
Abingdon, VA 24210

540-676-6270

Waynesboro City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1028
Waynesboro, VA 22980-0748

540-942-6610

Westmoreland County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 68
Montross, VA 22520

804-493-9052

Williamsburg City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 245
Williamsburg, VA 23187-0245

757-220-6150

Winchester City
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 706
Rouss City Hall
Winchester, VA 22604

540-667-1815

Wise County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 1278
Wise, VA 24293

540-328-3556

Wythe County
Commissioner of Revenue
225 S 4th St Room 101
Wytheville, VA 24382-2599

540-223-6015

York County
Commissioner of Revenue
P O Box 90
Yorktown, VA 23690-0090

757-890-3381