sturgis en Airport in Sturgis, Michigan flooded by callers seeking tax advice <p>Don&#39;t have the phone number? Just Google it.</p><p>That modern day phenomenon led callers seeking information from the <a href="">Internal Revenue Service </a>to accidentally dial a small airport in Sturgis, Michigan.</p><p>The FAA airport code for Kirsch Municipal Airport in Sturgis is &quot;IRS.&quot;</p><p>If you type in a search for IRS on Google Maps, you&#39;ll get the airport&#39;s phone number.</p><p>Andrian Chen wrote about the mix-up on <a href="!5792635/google-mixup-leads-to-tax+time-nightmare-for-tiny-airport"></a>:</p><blockquote><p>&quot;The phone calls started two months ago, and it was just a trickle at first. Since then it&#39;s grown to a deluge of &quot;20 to 50 calls a day&quot; from people with tax questions, according to a weary-sounding office manager named Becky who took the time to talk to us this afternoon...</p><p>The calls haven&#39;t been a huge issue, Becky says, but she&#39;s getting sick of them. &quot;It&#39;s just irritating,&quot; she said. &quot;Most of them calling aren&#39;t the most intelligent, calling us at 7pm on the weekends. And it&#39;s like, do you seriously think the IRS is going to answer their phone at 7 on a Sunday?&quot;</p></blockquote><p>Becky will be glad when tax day ends at midnight tonight.</p><p>She may, or may not know, that if you need to file an extension, <a href="">form 4868</a> is the paperwork you seek. Mon, 18 Apr 2011 21:09:39 +0000 Mark Brush 2120 at Airport in Sturgis, Michigan flooded by callers seeking tax advice