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Arizona Department of Revenue Offers Payment Plans for Unpaid Individual Tax Liabilities

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San Tan Valley residents struggling to pay their state taxes in full can now request a payment plan with the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR). The ADOR offers this convenient option for taxpayers, allowing them to manage their individual income tax liability over an agreed-upon timeframe.

Taxpayers can quickly and easily set up a payment plan through the AZTaxes.gov website, rather than by phone or mail. This not only simplifies the process for taxpayers but also reduces the number of calls and paper submissions that need to be processed by the department.

To request a payment plan, visit AZTaxes.gov, navigate to the Individual menu, and select "Request a Payment Plan." It is important to note that submitting a request through the portal does not automatically create a plan in the system. ADOR will need time to process the request before sending a confirmation letter with details and timelines.

The process of establishing a payment plan in ADOR's system takes about 60 days after the tax liability is billed and the payment plan request is submitted. Once approved, taxpayers will receive a confirmation number and a monthly installment payment amount. There's no need to wait for confirmation to start making payments.

When considering a payment plan, taxpayers should be aware of the following:

  • If a bill has been received for the tax period in question, the process to establish a payment plan in ADOR's system may take up to 2 weeks.
  • If a bill has not been received for the tax period in question, the process may take up to 8 weeks.
  • While on a payment plan, taxpayers must not incur any new liabilities but will continue to accrue interest until the outstanding liability is paid in full.
  • Payments must be made on time according to the payment arrangement and through AZTaxes.gov.
  • If a payment plan defaults, ADOR can and will enforce without notice through levy and/or lien action.

For further assistance in requesting a payment plan, taxpayers can view the video tutorial available below.
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