Get the Taxes Payment Plan You Need to Resolve Your IRS Debt.

Taxes Payment Plan: Partial Payment Agreement

Taxes Payment PlanFinding a taxes payment plan when you have an IRS debt may be confusing. How do you know if you pick the correct the option? The only way you can be confident with your taxes payment plan choice is to have as much information about each IRS payment option as possible. On this page we will discuss the details of a Partial Payment Installment Agreement which may be the taxes payment plan you need to resolve your IRS tax debt.

Partial Payment Installment Agreement

A Partial Payment Installment Agreement is a taxes payment plan implemented by the IRS in 2005 as a way for taxpayers to pay less than the full back taxes amount. Once the terms of the Partial Payment Agreement are fulfilled, the remainder of the tax debt is forgiven; leaving you tax debt free!

How to Apply

  1. Fill out IRS Form 9465, Installment Agreement Request that will help you calculate the taxes payment plan amount to offer. In order to get an accurate taxes payment plan offer, you will need to know the total tax debt, and the remaining statute of limitations on the debt. This is a rather complicated calculation and it is recommended by the IRS that taxpayers with tax debts over $10,000 should hire a tax professional to complete these forms.
  2. Complete the Tax Form 433-A, Collection Information Statement
    This is the same form that is used to apply for an Offer in Compromise.
  3. Gather at least three months of documents for all the reported income recorded on Tax Form 433-A. You will need to prove all expenses are necessary. Remember, the IRS doesn't consider items such as cable, cell phone, internet, credit cards, and second cars, homes, or boats.
  4. Be sure to write a cover letter for your Partial Payment Agreement request.
    The cover letter is your chance to personally explain why you need this particular taxes payment plan.
  5. Submit the package to the Revenue Officer reviewing your case. The IRS will make the decision to accept or deny your application within 30 days of submission.You will have to file any back tax returns before the IRS can approve the application. The IRS will reevaluate this taxes payment plan you choose every two years, so as with any option your payments are subject to change if your income changes.

Once the IRS approves your taxes payment plan, any collections such as a bank levies or federal tax liens will be stopped. Most importantly, you will need to make sure you are never late with a payment. Any payment that is late will void the agreement and all collection activity will commence.

Call now or fill out the form below for a free consultation about your taxes payment plan options. We'll only connect you with a tax debt relief company holding at least a B rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Privacy Seals

Security Seals
*      Please Enter your ZIP Code

Certified Seal
Business Seals

Get Help... Call NOW!

Taxes Owed
Payment to IRS

Stop the stress of IRS tax debt.

Call now and sleep well again!

  • Free Case Review Process to Ensure Success!
  • Resolve Your Business and Personal Tax Issues
  • Qualified and Experienced Licensed Tax Professionals
Call Us Now at 
Call Us Now

Llámenos Ahora

Mailing Address: 6271 St. Augustine Rd. • Suite 24-317 • Jacksonville, FL 32217
Copyright © 2018 IRS Tax Settlement. All Rights Reserved.

* "Featured testimonials" describe experiences of clients with our tax resolution partners. Although the "Featured Testimonials" are made by actual customers, it is important to note that a testimonial or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your tax resolution matter. Unless we have noted otherwise, the images used and the names of the customers have been changed to protect their privacy.

The website is used as an advertising and marketing tool to connect taxpayers for tax resolution services.