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However, the IRS has just updated its website to allow taxpayers to change their online payment agreements. Individuals can now review their payment dates and even the terms of their agreement, including the payment method and other details. Authorized representatives can also access the website and do so on behalf of their customers. You can apply for a payment agreement online, by phone or via various IRS forms. If you are unable to pay the tax you owe until the original due date, the balance is subject to interest and a monthly late payment penalty. There is also a penalty for failing to file a tax return, so you should file on time, even if you cannot pay your balance. It is always in your best interest to pay the full full as soon as possible in order to minimize the additional costs. Individuals who are already making payments under a temperate agreement with the IRS are not authorized to use Form 9465 and should contact the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 when making arrangements for payment of additional amounts. Those who should also call instead of filing Form 9465 include those who are bankrupt and wish to make a compromise offer. With a balance of more than $10,000, you can qualify for an optimized instalment plan. If you owe $50,000 or less in taxes, penalties and interest, you can also avoid submitting Form 9465 and completing an online payment agreement (OPA) application.
The advantage of a in-slice plan is obvious: it gives taxpayers more time to pay their federal taxes in an orderly manner. As long as the terms of the agreement are met and the taxpayer is able to pay their payments, all recovery efforts by the IRS or private collection offices are suspended. Eligible persons can also benefit from a six-month extension to file their tax returns and possibly pay their tax bills if they are in financial difficulty. Taxpayers who cannot pay their taxes can submit Form 9465 to establish a monthly payment plan if they are subject to certain conditions. Any taxpayer who owes no more than $10,000 has automatically approved their bill for staggered payment with the following provisions: Payments can be made between the first and 28th of each month. If the agreement stipulates that the subject must make the payment up to the 15th of each month and the payment is not made, the agreement is immediately considered to be late.