We accept full and partial payments, including payments toward a payment plan (including installment agreement). Penalties and interest will continue to grow until you pay the full balance.

Pay Now

You’ll need to confirm your identity before making a payment using pay now options. Make a payment today, or schedule a payment, without signing up for an IRS Online Account. Pay from your bank account, your Debit or Credit Card, or even with digital wallet.

Pay from Your Bank Account

For individuals only. No registration required. No fees from IRS. Schedule payments up to a year in advance.

Pay Now with Direct Pay

Pay by Debit Card, Credit Card or Digital Wallet

For individuals and businesses (not for payroll tax deposits). Processing fees apply.

Pay Now by Card or Digital Wallet

Sign In to Pay

You will need to sign in using your credentials before you can pay and get more information about your payment history.

Sign In to make an Individual Tax Payment and See Your Payment History

For individuals only.

  • You will need to create an IRS Online Account before using this option.
  • View the amount you owe, your payment plan details, payment history, and any scheduled or pending payments.
  • Make payments from your bank account for your balance, payment plan, estimated tax, or other types of payments.

Go to Your Account

Sign in to make a Tax Deposit Payment or Schedule Estimated Payments with the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)

  • Enrollment required to use this option.
  • Make payments from your bank account.
  • Make Tax Deposits, estimated taxes, Offer in Compromise (OIC) or other types of payments.


Need More Time to Pay?

Avoid a penalty by filing and paying your tax by the due date, even if you can’t pay what you owe.

For individuals and businesses: Apply online for a payment plan (including installment agreement) to pay off your balance over time. Fees apply.

For more information on payment plans including streamlined, in-business trust fund express, guaranteed, and partial payment installment agreements refer to Tax Topic No. 202-Tax Payment Options.

Apply for a Payment Plan

See if you qualify for an Offer in Compromise to settle your debt for less than you owe.

If you're facing financial hardship, you may be eligible to ask for a temporary collection delay until your finances improve.


Other Ways You Can Pay


Pay Taxes