You and NCDOR are subject to strict requirements. You, the taxpayer, must maintain the agreement by filing and paying all of your tax returns for the duration of the contract. You must also list a current account or active savings account in the contract forms and authorize NCDOR to make planned payments directly from your account. If you miss the planned payments or if a payment is returned by your bank to NCDOR, the contract is late. If you are unable to pay your full balance immediately, the IRS may be able to offer them a monthly payment. In some cases, you can enter into a missed contract with the Online Payment Agreement (OPA) or fill out Form 9465, request payment pdf and send it with your invoice. You can also request a payment contract over the phone by calling the phone number on your credit with the phone number based on the notification. There is a user fee to establish a monthly agreement. For low-income taxpayers, the user tax is reduced and, if necessary, rebated or refunded if certain conditions apply. NcDOR sets parameters that allow individuals with individual incomes to pay off debts over time. The amount of the debt determines the duration. For $1000 or less, you will have to pay the full amount within 15 months. For $1000 to $6,999, you must pay the full amount within 30 months.
For $7,000 to $49,999, you must pay the full amount within 40 months. For $50,000 or more, you will have to pay the full amount within 50 months. Companies have 12 months to pay the full amount they owe. NCDRs must also comply with the agreement. They must refrain from seizure or collection of property. This applies only as long as the contract is not late and as long as the full recovery of the debt is NOT threatened. Option 5: Apply for an online payment contract (request for the takeover): a subject can apply for a staggered payment contract by filling out an online form. The North Carolina Department of Revenue`s links to this staggered payment form are now online.