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Online Payment Agreement Application

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You can avoid unnecessary penalties and interest by paying your taxes in full and on time. This application will allow you or your authorized representative (Power of Attorney) to apply for an installment agreement if you cannot pay your taxes in full. Learn more about the Online Payment Agreement Application.

 

Step 1   Step 2   Step 3

Determine your eligibility...

 

Individuals:
You owe $50,000 or less in combined
tax, penalties and interest, and filed all required returns.

 

Businesses:
You owe $25,000 or less in combined
tax, penalties and interest, and filed all required returns.

 

If you meet these requirements, proceed to step 2.

 

I owe too much to qualify for an online payment agreement, but I would still like to pay my tax liability in installments.

 

Gather your information...

 

Have your most recent notice or letter available, if you received one.

 

Have your bank account and address, employer address, and tax return information available.

 

Be ready to provide the highest amount you can pay, and when you can pay it.

 

Individuals:

  • Your SSN (& secondary SSN if filed joint) or Individual Tax ID number
  • Date of birth
  • PIN (if you don’t have one, you can create one in this application)
  • Last year's Adjusted Gross Income (if you recently filed your 2013 tax return, have your AGI for 2012), if you haven't received a notice

 

Businesses:

  • Your EIN
  • Date your EIN was assigned (MM/YYYY)
  • Business address.
 

Submit Your Application

 

and receive immediate notification of approval!

 

Individuals:
Apply for your payment agreement

 

Businesses:
Apply for your payment agreement

 

Fees for setting up agreement:

  • $52 for a direct debit agreement;
  • $120 for a standard or payroll deduction agreement;
  • $43 if your income is below a certain level

 

Consider system availability for any application:

  • Mon-Fri, 6am-12:30am, ET
  • Sat, 6am-10pm, ET
  • Sun, 6pm-midnight, ET

 

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 15-Sep-2014