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Individual Tax Return
Request for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and Certification
Single and Joint Filers With No Dependents
Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate

 

Request for Transcript of Tax Returns
Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return
Installment Agreement Request
Wage and Tax Statement

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Amend/Fix Return
Apply for Power of Attorney
Apply for an ITIN
Rules Governing Practice before IRS
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Pay by Debit or Credit Card when you e-file

Below you will find the list of integrated IRS e-file and e-pay service providers. Included is the website link, name (in parenthesis) and phone number of each service provider, and the fees charged.

PAY1040.com/SpecialOffers/TurboTax

(Link2Gov Corporation)

1-888-658-5465 Service

2.49% Minimum convenience fee $3.95

fileonline.1040.com

(WorldPay US, Inc.)

1-888-877-0450 Live Operator

2.35% Minimum convenience fee $3.95

OfficialPayments.com/TurboTax

(Official Payments)

1-866-954-8426 Service

2.49% Minimum convenience fee $3.95

FileYourTaxes.com

(File Your Taxes)

1-805-644-9398 Service

3.93% Minimum convenience fee $2.00

 

Further Considerations

  • The integrated e-file and e-pay debit/credit card option is available through a number of tax preparation software products and tax professionals. Refer to tax preparation software or your tax professional to find out if the debit/credit card option is available and for more information about it.
  • It's convenient – file early and make a payment by debit/credit card later. The payment date will be the date the charge is authorized.
  • Need an extension? If you pay part ($1 minimum) or all of the tax you estimate you will owe using a debit/credit card, you will not need to file an extension form, such as Form 4868. Your payment will act as the extension.
  • Some tax preparation software may allow partial payments. Multiple payments cannot be made through tax preparation software.
  • Visit Pay your Taxes by Debit or Credit Card for more information on card payments.
  • Visit e-file or Free File your taxes for information about IRS e-file.
  • 2017 Credit Card Bulk Provider Requirements - Effective September 21, 2015, software providers requesting to partake in Integrated File and Pay (IF&P) processing must be partnered with IRS stand-alone Credit Card Bulk Providers. Please visit the link for further information.