Revised November 5, 2019
MeF 720, 94x and 2290 Stakeholders:
The Form 9465 Continuous Use (CU) version 21.0 Schemas and Business Rules package, which contained tax year updates, were made available on July 23, 2019. Form 9465 may be used by sole proprietors to request installment agreements for business entities no longer in business and can be submitted with Employment Tax returns (Forms 940, 941, 943, 944 and 945) and Excise Tax returns (Forms 720 and 2290).
When requesting an installment agreement for a business, Form 9465 must be submitted as a stand-alone. It cannot be attached to a business return. This Schema and Business Rules version is available for use in the Assurance Testing System (ATS) as of November 4, 2019 to submit test submissions, and the Production date will be announced later.
The distribution of MeF Schemas and Business Rules is now through the Registered User Portal and your e-Services mailbox. This mailbox is part of the Secure Object Repository (SOR). Users will access their mailbox in their existing e-Services account to pick up the Schema and Business Rules packages.
To receive the distribution of Schema and Business Rule packages you must have an active e-Services account and be listed on an e-File application with the provider option of Software Developer. Your role on the e-File Application must be Principal, Responsible Official or a Delegated User with MeF authorities.
If you are a registered user in e-Services and are listed on a State e-file application, you will also receive this distribution.
We encourage you to review your e-file application now to verify you have the appropriate role and to verify you have access to your e-Services account.
Note: You can access the login page, register for e‐Services, reset your password and make changes to your existing account on e-Services Online Tools for Tax Professionals on IRS.gov.
The "Diff" Files for the Form 9465 identify the changes from the CUv20.0 Schema package to the CUv21.0 Schema package.
The Form 9465 CUv21.0 Business Rules are available in two (2) formats that contain identical information: Adobe (.pdf) and Comma Separated Values (.csv).
If you have any questions about these Schemas or Business Rules, please send your inquiry to the MeF Mailbox.