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IRS Proposes Revised Fees for Installment Agreements

The Internal Revenue Service is proposing a revised schedule of user fees that would take effect on Jan. 1, 2017, and apply to any taxpayer who enters into an installment agreement.


Installment Agreement Fees
The revised installment agreement fees of up to $225 would be higher for some taxpayers than those currently in effect, which can be up to $120. The top rate of $225 applies to taxpayers who enter into an installment agreement in person, over the phone, by mail or by filing Form 9465 with the IRS. But a taxpayer who establishes an agreement in this manner can substantially cut the fee to just $107 by choosing to make their monthly payments by direct debit from their bank account. Alternatively, a taxpayer who chooses to set up an installment agreement using the agency’s Online Payment Agreement application will pay a fee of $149. Similarly, they can cut this amount to just $31 by also choosing direct debit. Proposed Fees
Here is the proposed schedule of user fees: Regular installment agreement: $225 Regular direct debit installment agreement: $107 Online payment agreement: $149 Direct debit online payment agreement: $31 Restructured or reinstated installment agreement: $89 Low-income rate: $43

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