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How can i change the date i pay the irs money owed?

how can i check what day i planned to pay the irs?
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How can i change the date i pay the irs money owed?

If you e-filed or mailed in your tax return, you won't be able to change it. 

 

To check the date you scheduled the payment:

 

  • Review Part V of the Federal Information Worksheet for payment and banking information.
  • Review State Information Worksheet for payment and banking information.
  • Keep an eye on your bank account — if you still don't see the debit 7–10 days after your return has been accepted, call IRS e-file Payment Services at 1-888-353-4537 or contact your state tax agency, as appropriate.

** If the check boxes are checked "NO" and your banking information is not displayed on the Information Worksheet, then the direct debit was not successful. 

 

To make a payment on the IRS website, see IRS payment portal.

 

Source: When will my payment go through?

 

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How can i change the date i pay the irs money owed?

I need to pay my payment date 

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How can i change the date i pay the irs money owed?

If you’re saying that you need to change your payment date, and you’ve either e-filed or mailed in your return, then you can’t change your payment date, as HelenC12 indicates above. 

If your e-filed return has already been accepted by the IRS, your requested payment date can't be changed.

If your e-filed return was rejected, you'll have the opportunity to change the debit date when you re-submit your return.

Please see the IRS' Pay Taxes by Electronic Funds Withdrawal for more information.

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