Payment Agreement Installment Notice
This notice is sent as a reminder that your next installment agreement payment will be due soon. The installment date is shown at the top of the notice.
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This notice is a reminder that your next installment agreement payment will be due soon. The next installment date is listed as Due Date beneath the notice number on the top right side of the notice.
For faster processing, you can pay online. Have your notice number with you when you pay.
Make the installment payment at least 15 days before the due date to allow time for processing. Your payment must be received and processed by the due date.
For more information, review our installment payment agreement page. If you have additional questions, call 1-877-252-3252.
If you cannot make a scheduled payment or a payment is returned to us from your bank or financial institution, your agreement will be in default.
You can avoid default by paying online within 10 days. You must make the scheduled payment plus a negative check penalty (10% of the payment amount).
If your agreement goes into default, we may begin forced collection actions immediately. Examples of forced collection actions could include:
- Deducting 10% of your wages paid before deductions
- Freezing funds in your bank account
- Seizing personal or business assets
For more information, review the installment payment agreement requirements.
By law, we are required to send a Notice of Collection for all past due taxes.
Please disregard the notice if it was for past due taxes you are paying as part of this agreement.
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