An installment agreement would allow you to make a series of monthly payments over time. If you can pay your balance in a shorter period of time, you can request a short additional time to full pay, up to 120 days. This payment arrangement does not carry a fee. If you decide on entering into an installment agreement, your monthly payment should be based on your ability to pay and should be an amount that can be paid each month to avoid defaulting.
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You have rights and protections throughout the collection process. If you would like some printed information on "your rights as a taxpayer," making arrangements to pay your bill, installment agreements, and what happens when you take no action to pay, schedule a consultation with Jackson Law Group. To find the several other options you have, please see our Services, and/orResources pages.
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