How can I get on a payment plan if I cannot pay my balance due?
- What payment methods can I use to pay my balance due?
- What payment options are available if I am on a pay plan for my debt?
- Is there a penalty if I do not pay my tax due by the due date?
- When do I have to pay my property taxes?
- What should I do if I have not received my property tax bill for the second installment?
If you have tax delinquencies you cannot pay in full because of a financial hardship, you can request a payment installment plan using MyTax Illinois. Simply log into your MyTax Illinois account and click the "Set up a Payment Installment Plan with IDOR" link. Use the "Sign Up!" link on the MyTax Illinois homepage to activate your account if you do not already have one.
A payment installment plan is an agreement between you and the Illinois Department of Revenue to pay your tax delinquencies using a monthly payment plan. Your monthly payment amount and the length of time that you have to pay is based on your financial condition. To be approved for a payment plan, you must have filed all tax returns through the current date. All outstanding liabilities will be part of the same payment plan. After we process your request, we will let you know if your payment plan is approved.
You also can complete Form CPP-1, Payment Installment Plan Request, to request a payment installment plan. If the payment agreement amount that you are applying for, including penalties and interest, is over $10,000, you must also complete Form EG-13-I, Financial and Other Information Statement for Individuals, or Form EG-13-B, Financial and Other Information Statement for Businesses, as applicable.
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