How to Pay Your Taxes Online

Go to www.irs.gov and click on “Make a Payment” (https://www.irs.gov/payments)

1. You choose whether you want to pay via your bank account or via debit card, credit card or PayPal

2. When you go to make your payment, make sure it is paid under the primary taxpayer’s SSN.

3. “Reason for Payment” – normally this will be “Balance Due” but you need to make sure you are choosing the correct reason based on your situation (ex: if you are paying estimated taxes, etc.)

4. “Apply Payment To” – choose “Income Tax – Form 1040”

5.  “Tax Period for Payment” – choose from the drop-down the year you are paying

You will then be prompted to answer more questions to verify your identity.  Remember to enter only the primary taxpayer’s information if you file a joint tax return.

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