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If you believe you meet the requirements for low-income taxpayer status, but the IRS has not identified you as a low-income taxpayer, please refer to Form 13844: Application for Reduced User Fees for Payment Agreements PDF for advice. Applicants must submit the form to the IRS within 30 days of the date of their letter of acceptance of the instalment payment agreement to ask the IRS to verify their status. Internal Revenue Service PO Box 219236, Stop 5050 Kansas City, MO 64121-9236 A payment plan is an agreement with the IRS to pay the taxes you owe within an extended period of time. You should apply for a payment plan if you believe you can pay your taxes in full within the extended period. If you are eligible for a short-term payment plan, you will not be liable for a user fee. Failure to pay your taxes when they are due may result in the filing of a federal tax lien notice and/or IRS levy action. See Publication 594, The IRS Collection Process PDF. . The only payment option that entitles the low-income taxpayer to an exemption from the fees for using the instalment agreement is their consent to make electronic payments using a debit instrument by entering into a DDIA. For more information, see lines 13a, 13b and 13c.

For instalment payment agreements entered into on or after April 10, 2018 by low-income taxpayers that will be defined later, the IRS waives user fees or reimburses them if certain conditions are met. If you are a low-income taxpayer and agree to make electronic payments using a debit instrument by entering into a instalment payment agreement (DDIA), the IRS waives the fee for using the instalment payment agreement. For more information, see lines 13a, 13b and 13c. If you are a low-income taxpayer and cannot make electronic payments using a debit instrument by completing a DDIA, the IRS will refund the user fee you paid for the instalment payment agreement after the remittance agreement was entered into. For more information, see line 13c. Low-income taxpayers who are unable to make electronic payments through a DDIA by providing their information on lines 13a and 13b are entitled to a refund of their contract expenses in instalments. If you are a low-income taxpayer and you checked the box on line 13c, your instalment payment fee will be refunded after you complete your remittance contract. For more information, see User Fee Waiver and Refunds above. For instalment payment agreements entered into by taxpayers whose adjusted gross income for the last taxation year is available with or less than 250% of the federal poverty guidelines, the IRS waives or reimburses user fees if certain conditions are met.

For more information, see User Fee Waiver and Refunds below. When the IRS approves your payment plan (remittance agreement), one of the following fees will be added to your tax bill. The changes to user fees will apply to installment contracts entered into on or after April 10, 2018. For individuals, balances over $25,000 must be paid by direct debit. For businesses, balances over $10,000 must be paid by direct debit. By approving your application, we agree that you pay the tax you owe in monthly instalments instead of paying the full amount immediately. In return, you agree to make your monthly payments on time. You also agree to comply with all your future tax obligations. This means that you must have enough source deductions or estimated tax payments for your tax liability for future years to be paid in full if you file your tax return on time. Your application for a instalment payment agreement will be rejected if no required tax return has been submitted.

Any refund will be based on the one you owe. If your refund is applied to your balance, you will still have to pay your regular monthly payment. A reinstatement fee may apply if your plan is delayed. Penalties and interest will continue to accrue until your balance is paid in full. If you have received a letter of intent to terminate your payment contract, please contact us immediately. As a general rule, we will not take any enforcement action: you will be charged interest and a late payment penalty for any taxes that have not been paid by the due date, even if your request for payment in instalments is met. Any interest and penalties will be charged until the balance has been paid in full. However, for more information, see section 653, IRS Notices and Invoices, Penalties and Interest Charges at IRS.gov/TaxTopics/TC653. To limit interest and penalties, file your tax return on time and pay as much tax as possible with your tax return or notice.

All payments received under the Remittance Agreement will be applied to your account in the best interest of the United States. If you have additional due dates that are not listed on line 5, enter the amount here (even if they are included in an existing payment contract). Any adjustments or other fees that are not reflected in a tax return or notice must be listed on this line. As of January 1, 2019, the user fee is $10 for instalment payment agreements that have been reinstated or restructured through an online payment agreement (OPA). You must have determined that the payment agreement will be reinstated or restructured by an OPA to be eligible for the reduced user fees. Low-income taxpayers may be reimbursed for these expenses under certain conditions. See Requirements for modifying or terminating a payment agreement at a later date. If your outstanding balance does not exceed $50,000, you can request a payment plan online instead of filling out Form 9465. To do this, go to IRS.gov/OPA. If you enter into your instalment payment agreement with the OPA app, the usage fee you pay will be lower than normal. If you do not make your payments on time or if you do not pay a balance due on a return you submit later, you will be in default with your agreement and we may terminate the agreement.

Before we terminate the Agreement, you may have the right to appeal under the Collections Appeals Program (ACAN). We can take enforcement action. B such as depositing an NFTL or ONE IRS direct debit, to recover all the amount you owe. To make sure your payments are made on time, you should consider making them by direct debit. See lines 13a, 13b and 13c below. Low-income taxpayers who complete lines 13a and 13b will receive an exemption from their fees in instalments. For more information, see User Fee Waiver and Refunds above. You want to apply for an online payment plan, including a installment payment agreement (see online application for installment and other payment plans, later); or In the last 5 taxation years, you (and your spouse if you file a joint tax return) have filed all tax returns in a timely manner and paid all income taxes due and have not entered into a instalment payment agreement on the payment of income tax.

You agree to pay the full amount you owe within 3 years and to comply with tax laws while the contract is in effect; and if you are a low-income taxpayer and agree to make payments by direct debit (from a checking account), you are entitled to a user fee waiver for remittance agreements. A low-income taxpayer who is unable to make electronic payments using a debit instrument by completing a DDIA is entitled to a refund of the reduced user fee of $43 upon entering into the instalment payment agreement. See 13c, further on, for more details. If the total amount you owe does not exceed $50,000 (including amounts you owe from previous years), you do not need to file Form 9465. You can request a installment payment agreement online for a reduced fee. .