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Online Payment Agreement

The Online Payment Agreement (OPA) is a web-based application on IRS.gov that allows taxpayers who owe $50,000 or less in combined tax, penalties, and interest to self-qualify, apply for, and receive immediate notification of approval

Installment Agreement (Form 9465)

1-800-829-1040 to request payment in full. An individual who wants to request an online payment agreement (OPA). Who is eligible for a Guaranteed Installment Agreement? An individual is eligible if the tax you owe is not more than $10,000

Amount Paid with an Installment Agreement Request

When requesting an Installment Agreement to pay your Federal balance over a period of time, you are not required to make a payment when you file your return but it is recommended. However, if you are making a payment at the time you file

North Dakota Reciprocal Agreement

Make a selection only if you are a Minnesota or Montana resident who is filing this return solely to claim a refund of North Dakota income tax because of reciprocity. North Dakota has income tax reciprocity agreements with the states of Minnesota and Montana. If certain conditions in the agreements are met, a resident of North Dakota does not have to pay Minnesota or Montana income tax on compensation received for work performed in the other state, and a resident of Minnesota or Montana does not have to pay North Dakota income tax on compensation received for work performed in North Dakota. Minnesota and Montana residents: IF you are a resident of Minnesota and you maintain a permanent home in Minnesota to which you return at least once each month during the time you work in North Dakota, the compensation you receive for personal or professional services performed in North Dakota is not taxable by North Dakota. If you are a resident of Montana, wages you receive for work performed in North Dakota are not taxable by North Dakota. If you received wages covered by reciprocity, and your employer withheld North Dakota income tax from them, you must file a North Dakota individual income tax return at the end of the tax year to obtain a refund of the amount withheld. If your wages are covered by reciprocity and you do not want your employer to withhold North Dakota income tax from them, you must complete form NDW-R and give it to your employer. (Ask your employer for this form.) North Dakota residents: If you are a resident of North Dakota and you maintain a permanent home in North Dakota to which you return at least once each month during the time you work in Minnesota, the compensation that you receive for personal or professional services performed in Minnesota is not taxable by Minnesota. Also, wages you receive for work performed in Montana while a resident of North Dakota are not taxable by Montana. If you received wages covered by reciprocity and your employer withheld Minnesota or Montana income tax from them, you must file an income tax return with the applicable state to obtain a refund of the amount withheld. If your wages are covered by reciprocity and you do not want your employer to withhold Minnesota or Montana tax from them, you must give your employer a properly completed Minnesota Form MW-R or Montana Form NR-2, whichever applies. For assistance and forms, contact: Minnesota Department of Revenue Phone: (651) 296-3781 individual.incometax@state.mn.us OR Montana Department of Revenue Phone: (406) 444-6900 Web: www.mt.gov/revenue DORCustomerAssistance@mt.gov

North Dakota Reciprocal Agreement

North Dakota has income tax reciprocity agreements with the states of Minnesota and Montana. If certain conditions in the agreements are met, a resident of North Dakota does not have to pay Minnesota or Montana income tax on compensation received for work performed in the other state, and a resident of Minnesota or Montana does not have to pay North Dakota income tax on compensation received for work performed in North Dakota. Minnesota and Montana residents: If you are a resident of Minnesota and you maintain a permanent home in Minnesota to which you return at least once each month during the time you work in North Dakota, the compensation you receive for personal or professional services performed in North Dakota is not taxable by North Dakota. If you are a resident of Montana , wages you receive for work performed in North Dakota are not taxable by North Dakota. If you received wages covered by reciprocity, and your employer withheld North Dakota income tax from them, you must file a North Dakota individual income tax return at the end of the tax year to obtain a refund of the amount withheld. If your wages are covered by reciprocity and you do not want your employer to withhold North Dakota income tax from them, you must complete form NDW-R and give it to your employer. (Ask your employer for this form.) North Dakota residents : If you are a resident of North Dakota and you maintain a permanent home in North Dakota to which you return at least once each month during the time you work in Minnesota, the compensation that you receive for personal or professional services performed in Minnesota is not taxable by Minnesota. Also, wages you receive for work performed in Montana while a resident of North Dakota are not taxable by Montana. If you received wages covered by reciprocity and your employer withheld Minnesota or Montana income tax from them, you must file an income tax return with the applicable state to obtain a refund of the amount withheld. If your wages are covered by reciprocity and you do not want your employer to withhold Minnesota or Montana tax from them, you must give your employer a properly completed Minnesota Form MW-R or Montana Form NR-2, whichever applies. For assistance and forms, contact: Minnesota Revenue Mail Station 5510 St Paul, MN 55146-5510 Phone: (651) 296-3781 or, click here Montana Department of Revenue P.O. Box 5805 Helena, MT 59604-5805 Phone: (406) 444-6900 or, click here

Cash Payment Received

Include the following kinds of nontaxable income when determining your Eligibility Income: Support you receive from a spouse or former spouse who does not live in your household. Do not include payments for child support here. Any payments received from other persons outside your household, including nontaxable cash or property received for personal use, such as cash received from a parent to buy clothing, or gifts from grown children. Nontaxable payments to your employer's cafeteria plan for hospitalization, sickness, disability, or for death, supplemental unemployment or strike benefits. Payments received as a foster parent for providing in-home care for foster children.

How do I print a payment voucher to mail it in?

If you have an amount due and need to mail in your payment, you will need to print your payment voucher for the federal and/or state amount due and mail in your payment with that voucher. Federal and/or state payment vouchers will print

How do I make a payment with my extension?

. If you do not pay the amount in full, though, you will owe interest on any amounts not paid by the mid-April deadline, plus a late payment penalty if you have paid less than 90 percent of your total tax by that date. If you file your

Where do I mail my OH payment due

To mail your OH payment due, please print the payment voucher found at the bottom your accepted return. Mail your payment (check or money order) payable to Ohio Treasurer of State with the voucher to: Ohio Department of Taxation PO Box

Where do I mail my Kansas payment voucher?

If you owe the state of Kansas, you would need to mail in your payment with your payment voucher. Most states include the mailing address on the payment voucher. If you need to make a payment to Kansas for an amount due, mail your payment