March 19, 2020

Optima Tax Relief provides assistance to individuals struggling with unmanageable IRS tax burdens. To assess your tax situation and determine if you qualify for tax relief, contact us for a free consultation.

  • Taxpayers can pay the IRS directly via their savings or checking account.
  • The IRS allows taxpayers to use their debit or credit cards to make online payments. 
  • If a taxpayer is unable to pay back their tax debt, they can negotiate a payment plan with the IRS. 

If you owe the IRS, or know that you will owe after filing your taxes, you need to be aware of the options for paying back the IRS to avoid falling into collections. The IRS provides several payment options where a taxpayer can either pay the IRS right away or make arrangements to be on a monthly payment plan. 

Here are a few ways you can make payment to the IRS:

  • Pay in full from checking or savings accounts. Taxpayers have the ability to pay their tax bills in full by directly using their checking or savings account and paying online on the IRS website. You can schedule up to 30 days in advance and can cancel your payment or switch your method of payment up to two business days before your payment is taken out. 
  • Use credit or debit cards. The IRS allows taxpayers to use their debit or credit cards to make payments either online or over the phone. The IRS does not charge any hidden fees, although the convenience fees may vary depending on the type of credit card that is used. 
  • Setting up an installment agreement. If a taxpayer is unable to pay back their tax liability to the IRS, the IRS will provide the option of a monthly payment plan so they can make controlled, manageable payments until their tax debt has been satisfied. Taxpayers are required to file all required tax returns before negotiating an agreement. 

If you need tax help, contact us for a free consultation.