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Reviewing and Changing Your Payment Plan

Reviewing your payment plan:

  • You can view details of your current payment plan (type of agreement, due dates, and amount you need to pay) by logging into the Online Payment Agreement tool.
  • You can view your current balance and payment history by viewing your tax account.
    • Viewing your tax account requires identity authorization with security checks. Allow up to 2 days (10 days for non-electronic payments) for a recent payment to be credited to your account.

What you can change using the Online Payment Agreement tool (for non-direct debit agreements):

  • Change your monthly payment amount
  • Change your monthly payment due date
  • Convert an existing agreement to a direct debit agreement
  • Reinstate after default

You must contact us to make a change to an existing direct debit agreement.

How to revise an online payment agreement:

  • Make any desired changes by logging into the Online Payment Agreement tool. Make corrections on the first page that shows your current agreement type, payment date, and amount; then continue through the application to submit your changes.
  • If the tool does not accept your new monthly payment amount, it will give you directions for whether to complete a Form 433-F Financial Information Statement, and how to submit it.
  • If your agreement has lapsed through default and is being reinstated, you may incur a reinstatement fee.
Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 28-Apr-2017