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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

 
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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

Go to IRS.gov; Click 'Pay; Select an option you can afford to use without further violations.

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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="Https://www.irs.gov/payments">Https://www.irs.gov/payments</a>
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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

Go to IRS.gov; Click 'Pay; Select an option you can afford to use without further violations.

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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

Thank you! Just paid in full. Will I get billed a late fee at some point?
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My federal tax payment initially went through but next day was rejected by my bank because I iverwithdrewBut my federal taxes have already been approved. How do I repay?

Possibly, but don't worry about it. 1) Nothing you can do; 2) Fees are incredibly small, when/if imposed; 3) Unless you owed thousand$, would take more time/effort to pursue than is worth the effort.
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