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Find out which form to use to apply for a payment plan for the IRS, and determine if you qualify with this important video from TurboTax.
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ello, I'm Sara from TurboTax, with some important information on how to get approved for an IRS payment plan. Have you finished preparing your tax return and realize that you owe more tax than you can afford? If so, there is no need to panic. The IRS offers installment agreements that allow you to pay it off monthly. If you owe $10,000 or less in taxes and have not entered into a payment plan within the last five years, you may be entitled to a guaranteed acceptance by the IRS. All you need to do is complete form 9465. When you fill out the form you must show why your current financial situation makes it impossible for you to pay the tax in full by the deadline. But before you do any of this, make sure that you did not file any of your last five tax returns late since doing so makes you ineligible for a guaranteed acceptance. If you don't meet the requirements for a guaranteed acceptance, you can still submit the form. However, there is no guarantee that the IRS will approve your request especially if it believes that you can pay your taxes by the deadline without suffering a significant hardship. One last thing you should remember, when you make your monthly payments, you are still paying your taxes late and even when the IRS approves your late payment, you'll still be charged interest during the repayment period. For more information about payment plans for income taxes, visit TurboTax.com.
Hola, soy Sara de TurboTax y tengo información importante acerca de cómo tener un plan de pagos aprobado por el IRS. ¿Has terminado de preparar tu declaración impositiva y te has dado cuenta de que debes más impuestos de los que puedes pagar? Si este es el caso, no entres en pánico. El IRS ofrece acuerdos de pago que te permiten pagar mes a mes. Si debes US$10.000 o menos en impuestos y no has tenido un plan de pagos en los últimos cinco años, puede que te corresponda una aceptación garantizada por parte del IRS. Todo lo que necesitas hacer es completar un formulario 9465. Cuando completas el formulario debes demostrar porqué tu situación financiera actual hace que sea imposible para ti pagar los impuestos en un monto completo para la fecha límite. Pero antes de hacer esto, asegúrate de no haber presentado tu declaración tarde en los últimos cinco años ya que haberlo hecho te hace no elegible para una aceptación garantizada. Si no cumples con los requisitos para una aceptación garantizada, aún puedes enviar el formulario. Sin embargo, no habrá garantías de que el IRS aprobará tu solicitud, especialmente si cree que puedes pagar tus impuestos para la fecha límite sin atravesar dificultades significativas. Una última cosa que debes recordar, cuando realizas los pagos mensuales, estos aún cuentan como pagos tardíos e incluso cuando el IRS los acepta se te cobrarán intereses a lo largo del período de pagos. Para más información acerca de los planes de pagos para los impuestos sobre la renta visita TurboTax.com.