There are several easy ways to pay your taxes: online, by phone, cash, check or money order. To pay online, you can go to your online account at irs.gov/account and make a payment from your checking or savings account. You can also view the amount you owe, any payment history or activity and other account information there. If you don't have an existing account, registration is required. Have your photo identification ready. Another easy way to pay is with IRS Direct Pay, available only at IRS.gov/directpay. With Direct Pay, you can make a payment directly from your savings or checking account with no registration required. You can pay by debit card, credit card or with a digital wallet online at IRS.gov/payments. If you choose this option, just remember that unlike IRS Direct Pay, the payment service provider will charge an additional fee. If you file your own tax return online, you can schedule a payment through your tax preparation software. If you use a tax professional, you can ask them to schedule a payment for you when they file your return. Another way to pay is by phone. For a fee, you can call a debit or credit card service provider that works with the IRS. You can also pay cash in person at one of our retail partners. To do this, you must first verify your information online. Go to IRS.gov/paywithcash for instructions. Finally, if you pay by check or money order, make sure it's payable to the United States Treasury and be sure you mail it to the correct address. For more information, go to irs.gov/payments.