Form 9465-FS If Installment Agreement Request your balance due is greater than $25,000 but not more than $50,000, complete Parts I and II. If you are filing this form with your tax return, attach
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Who needs an IRS Form 9465-FS?

The IRS Form 9465-FS serves as the Installment Agreement Request that is to be used by individuals as an application for monthly installment plan, who:

  • Owe income tax on Form 1040 to the IRS,
  • May be in charge for a Trust Fund Recovery Penalty,
  • Were self-employed and owe self-employment or unemployment taxes and aren’t operating the business anymore,
  • Are personally responsible for a partnership liability while the partnership isn’t operating at the present, or
  • Are personally responsible for taxes in the name of a limited liability company (LLC) and the LLC isn’t operating anymore.

What IRS Form 9465-FS is for?

The Form was created in order to be used by taxpayers in case they cannot afford paying their taxes in full.  If this is the case, a taxpayer should file the Installment Agreement Request, if their liability is greater than $25,000 but does not exceed $50,000.

Is Installment Agreement Request form 9465 accompanied by other forms?

Generally, the printable IRS Form 9465-FS should be filed as an accompaniment to the Individual Income Tax Return, so it is to be attached to such forms as Form 1040 and Form 941.
In order to reduce the fee, there is a need to support the 9465-FS by Form 13844 (Application For Reduced User Fee For Installment Agreements). Also, if you want to make your payments by payroll deduction, you should attach a completed Form 2159.

If not along with the Tax Return, the Installment Agreement Request can also be filed separately.

When is Form 9465-FS due?

As it has been mentioned the filled out and submitted by the Tax Day, when the tax returns are due.

How do I fill out IRS Form 9465-FS?

This tax form 9465 consists of two parts, each of which specifies certain information about the nature of your debt. To help you fill out the form properly there are comprehensive comments and instructions accompanying every item to indicate.

Where do I send IRS Form 9465-FS?

The completed 9465-FS Request form should be directed to the local IRS office.

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Instructions and Help about form 9465

Hello, I’m Jill from Turbo Tax with some information about paying your income tax bill in monthly installments. Have you ever finished your tax return only to discover that the refund you anticipated was actually a tax bill? If this ever happens and you are unable to pay the tax in full, you should consider requesting an installment agreement so you can make monthly tax payments. In order to request the installment agreement, you must be unable to pay the tax in full within 120 days of the tax return filing deadline or the date you receive an IRS collection notice, and can’t currently be on an installment plan with the IRS. The 9465 form is rather short and only requires your personal information, the name and addresses of your bank and employer, the amount of tax you owe, an estimate of the monthly payment you can afford, the day of each month you prefer your payment to be due and the amount of any payment you choose to send with the form. If electing to make your monthly tax payments by electronic funds withdrawal, you must also provide your bank account and routing numbers. The IRS will guarantee acceptance of your installment plan request if for the previous five tax years, all of your returns were filed and all taxes were paid on time and you didn’t enter into an installment agreement. In addition, your request for the installment agreement must be out of necessity rather than preference and your current tax debt must be $10,000 or less. As part of the guaranteed acceptance, you cannot take more than three years to pay off your taxes and you must agree to comply with all tax laws for the duration of the agreement. This means that even while you are making monthly payments, you must ensure that you file all future tax returns and pay your taxes by the deadline each year. If you don’t, the IRS can cancel your installment agreement and request full payment. One last thing you should always remember is that an installment agreement doesn’t eliminate late-payment interest and penalties — it only prevents the IRS from pursuing more severe collection procedures, such as garnishing your employment wages. If you got a tax bill when you were expecting a refund, try our TurboTax W-4 Calculator at TurboTax.com. It can help you adjust your W-4 so more tax is withheld from your paychecks to avoid any tax time surprises. For more information about this and other tax topics, visit TurboTax.com.