Form 433-D is used for the application for an Installment Agreement with the IRS to know when and how much to automatically draft from a bank account.
What a Form 433-D is used for
This form is used for the application of an Installment Agreement with the IRS.
An Installment Agreement is the understanding between you and IRS that you will pay back your debt in “installments” or monthly payments. This is a good idea if you have a large amount and need to pay it back gradually. The downside to this is that if you miss a payment, you may be denied the continuing of the Installment Agreement and have to pay it all upfront.
It may be in your benefit to have automatic payments because it could be cheaper over the long-haul with lower interest rates.
NOTE: It can take about 30 to 45 days for this form to be approved and the first payment drafted.
How to fill out a Form 433-D
Here’s a video about how to fill out your Installment Agreement Form 433-D:
Difference between Form 443-D and Form 9465
Form 433-D is the basic Installment Agreement for payment over a period of time.
Form 9465 is a request to have an Installment Agreement.
Submitting Form 433-D
There are two ways to submit the form:
There’s not a way to submit this form electronically, but you can view and pay your balance by going to IRS.gov/directpay.
2. By mail
Mail Form 433-D to: Internal Revenue Service. ACS Support. PO Box 8208. Philadelphia, PA 19101-8208.
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