Making Tax Payments: IRS Form 1040-V - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Making Tax Payments: IRS Form 1040-V

Making Tax Payments: IRS Form 1040-V

If you have a balance due when filing your income tax return, remember to make sure your tax payment check or money order is payable to the “United States Treasury.” Complete and include IRS Form 1040-V, Payment Voucher, when sending your payment and tax return to the IRS. This will help the IRS process your payment more accurately and efficiently.

Whether you are filing your current year’s return, a prior year’s return or an amended return, always provide your correct name, address, the Social Security number that is listed first on the tax form, daytime telephone number, tax year and form number on the front of your check or money order. Enclose your payment with your return, but do not staple it to the form. Do not mail cash with your tax return.

If you are e-filing you have the option of paying by electronic debit of your bank account using Electronic Funds Withdrawal. You will need to know your account number and your financial institution’s routing number. You can check with your financial institution to make sure that an electronic withdrawal is allowed and to get the correct routing and account numbers.

If you are paying by credit card be sure to look at the prices being charged, they are outlandish.