What is the best way to pay federal taxes when you have no cash. Credit card, loan, IRS payment plan?

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Kali
Asked at 2012-09-22 00:33:03
I owe $ 2,000.00 . What would the interest rate , how they accumulate , how long do I have to pay if I went the route IRS payment plan? I know I should take more during the year , but if I did , I could not live on my paycheck.
Answer1JackAnswered at 2012-10-19 15:44:03
I have the feeling that you're afraid to call the IRS . Do not know why . All you have to do is pick up the phone and call them . They know exactly what they have to pay , the amount of penalties and interest , and what payment plan was going out with you . Everyone else is just " guessulating " , as you can clearly see the variety of answers here . MedlinePlus Must be a big question that you made the "white box " on page answers ! Wow ! I've never had that happen to one of my questions ! For that I will star in this ! MedlinePlus Good luck to you! Call the IRS ! * Wink *
Answer2LorAnswered at 2012-10-26 05:25:05
Do not use your credit card , but they add a percentage rate and useage . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Contact them for a payment plan . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Have more retired again , or is figuring out how to live from your paycheck , or continue facing this financial hit each year .
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