Pay Your Balance as Soon as Possible The deadline to pay 2020 income taxes is April 15. You can check your balance or view payment options through your account online. You can also request a payment plan online. If you suspended installment agreement payments during the relief period, you must resume payments due after April 15. You can pay by internet, phone, or mobile device whether you e-file, paper file or are responding to a bill or notice. It's safe and secure - the IRS uses standard service providers and business/commercial card networks, and your information is used solely to process your payment. Fees and Information Choose the card payment processor below that offers you the best fees for your card type and payment amount. There’s a maximum number of card payments allowed Employers’ federal tax deposits cannot be paid by card; see how to pay employment taxes For card payments of $100,000 or more special requirements may apply Choose Your Payment Processor PayUSAtax Paying by debit card? $2.55 Paying by credit card? 1.96% Minimum fee $2.69 Payments Accepted Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, STAR, Pulse, NYCE, Accel, PayPal Click to Pay Pay1040 Paying by consumer or personal debit card? $2.58 Paying by other debit card? 1.99% (Minimum fee $2.58) Paying by credit card? 1.99% Minimum fee $2.58 Payments Accepted Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, STAR, Pulse, NYCE Click to Pay ACI Payments, Inc. Paying by debit card? $2.00 or $3.95 $3.95 flat fee for payments over $1000 Paying by credit card? 1.99% Minimum fee $2.50 Payments Accepted Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, STAR, Pulse, NYCE, (Digital Wallets for Visa, MasterCard, American Express); Pay With Cash, PayNearMe Click to Pay Body Use tab to go to the next focusable element Payment processor fee comparison PayUSAtax Pay1040 ACI Payments, Inc. Payment Amount Debit Fee Credit Fee Consumer/ Personal Debit Fee Credit or Other Debit Fee Debit Fee Credit Fee $50 $2.55 $2.69 $2.58 $2.59 $2.00 $2.50 $100 $2.55 $2.69 $2.58 $2.59 $2.00 $2.50 $250 $2.55 $4.90 $2.58 $4.68 $2.00 $4.98 $1000 $2.55 $19.60 $2.58 $18.70 $2.00 $19.90 $2,500 $2.55 $49.00 $2.58 $46.75 $3.95 $49.75 $10,000 $2.55 $196.00 $2.58 $187.00 $3.95 $199.00 Additional information No part of the card service fee goes to IRS. You don’t need to send in a voucher if you pay by card. Card processing fees are tax deductible for business taxes. You must contact the card processor to cancel a card payment. IRS will refund any overpayment unless you owe a debt on your account. Your card statement will list your payment as “United States Treasury Tax Payment” and your fee as “Tax Payment Convenience Fee” or something similar. Federal tax lien releases can take up to 30 days after we receive full payment; liens may remain for other individuals who haven’t fully paid their portion. When you pay while filing your taxes through online software, different card fees apply. Contact information PayUSAtaxwww.payusatax.com Payment: 844-729-8298 Live Operator: 855-508-0159 Service: 844-825-8729 International Non Toll-Free Payment: 615-550-1491 Live Operator: 615-942-1141 Service: 615-550-1492 Pay1040www.pay1040.com Payment: 888-729-1040 Service: 888-658-5465 International Non Toll-Free Live Operator: 501-748-8507 ACI Payments, Inc.fed.acipayonline.com Payment: 800-272-9829 Live Operator: 877-754-4420 Service: 877-754-4413 International Non Toll-Free Payment: 334-521-3842 Taxpayer bill of rights Each and every taxpayer has a set of fundamental rights they should be aware of when dealing with the IRS. Explore the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.