The Internal Revenue Service has several new features added to the interactive Online Payment Agreement application found on the IRS website. These features are designed to make it easier for taxpayers to make changes to existing installment agreements and apply for a new one. The system now permits individuals to revise their payment due dates and/or amounts on existing agreements, to revise existing extensions to regular installment agreements, and to revise existing regular installment agreements to a payroll deduction installment agreement or a direct debit installment agreement.
I prepared this short video on IRS Payment Plans also known as IRS Installment Agreements. I explain in detail how do you qualify and how do you get the IRS to agree to one. It's sometimes very easy and at times excruciatingly difficult. If you want to know more about the different solutions available to people with IRS Problems, you might want to visit our IRS Solutions page or call our office tollfree at (888) 438-6474. We represent clients all across the U.S. and the world.
Obtaining an IRS installment agreement may be a solution to your IRS Problems. If you are unable to pay your taxes in full and want to avoid more IRS Problems, an installment agreement may be your best solution.
If you need IRS help to determine if an IRS installment payment plan is the best choice for your IRS problem, contact our office and our friendly and professional staff will be happy to assist you in making that decision.