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The deadline of June 15 for US expats has come and gone, and there are those who have still yet to pay their tax balance owed to the IRS. There still may be time for you to remit your payment online to avoid penalties being assessed. It’s true that you could send a check, but the processing time of making a payment online is much more efficient and helps to guarantee your payment will be processed before negative action takes place.
Here is a convenient list of links to help you satisfy your IRS tax debt online:
IRS tax payments should technically be remitted by the April deadline each tax year to avoid the extra cost of penalties and interest. This applies to all taxpayers (including US Citizens living abroad) – despite whether or not they qualify for the automatic filing extension of June 15. To get more information about late payments from the IRS, click here.