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Fillable Printable Form 9465

What is a Form 9465 ?

Form 9465, Installment Agreement Request, is used to ask an installment plan every month for one who owes $50,000 or less. If one can't pay the full amount he or she owes shown on your tax return, he or she can use this form. More information about Form 9465 and its separate instructions is at IRS. Fill Printable Form 9465 Online. Download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and print with Handypdf.com.

Fillable Printable Form 9465

What is a Form 9465 ?

Form 9465, Installment Agreement Request, is used to ask an installment plan every month for one who owes $50,000 or less. If one can't pay the full amount he or she owes shown on your tax return, he or she can use this form. More information about Form 9465 and its separate instructions is at IRS. Fill Printable Form 9465 Online. Download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and print with Handypdf.com.

Form 9465

Form 9465

Form 9465
(Rev. February 2017)
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Installment Agreement Request
Information about Form 9465 and its separate instructions is at www.irs.gov/form9465.
If you are filing this form with your tax return, attach it to the front of the return.
See separate instructions.
OMB No. 1545-0074
Tip: If you owe $50,000 or less, you may be able to establish an installment agreement online, even if you have not yet received a bill
for your taxes. Go to IRS.gov to apply to pay online. Caution: Don't file this form ifyou can pay your balance in full within 120 days.
Instead, call 1-800-829-1040. Don't file if your business is still operating and owes employment or unemployment taxes. Instead, call
the telephone number on your most recent notice. If you are in bankruptcy or we have accepted your offer-in-compromise, see
Bankruptcy or offer-in-compromise, in the instructions.
Part I
This request is for Form(s) (for example, Form 1040 or Form 941)
and for tax year(s) (for example, 2012 and 2013)
1 a
Your first name and initial Last name Your social security number
If a joint return, spouse’s first name and initial Last name Spouse’s social security number
Current address (number and street). If you have a P.O. box and no home delivery, enter your box number. Apt. number
City, town or post office, state, and ZIP code. If a foreign address, also complete the spaces below (see instructions)
Foreign country name
Foreign province/state/county
Foreign postal code
1 b
If this address is new since you filed your last tax return, check here .................
2
Name of your business (must be no longer operating)
Employer identification number (EIN)
3
Your home phone number Best time for us to call
4
Your work phone number Ext. Best time for us to call
5
Name of your bank or other financial institution:
Address
City, state, and ZIP code
6
Your employer’s name:
Address
City, state, and ZIP code
7 Enter the total amount you owe as shown on your tax return(s) (or notice(s)) ........
7
8
Enter the amount of any payment you are making with your tax return(s) (or notice(s)). See instructions
8
9 Subtract line 8 from line 7 and enter the result ..................9
10
Enter the amount you can pay each month. Make your payments as large as possible to limit interest
and penalty charges. The charges will continue until you pay in full. If no payment amount is listed
on line 10, a payment will be determined for you by dividing the balance due by 72 months
..
10
11Divide the amount on line 9 by 72 and enter the result ...............11
• If the amount on line 10 is less than the amount on line 11 and you are unable to increase your payment to the amount on line
11, complete and attach Form 433-F, Collection Information Statement.
• If the amount on line 10 is equal to or greater than the amount on line 11 but the amount you owe is greater than $25,000 but
not more than $50,000, you must complete either line 13 or 14, if you do not wish to complete Form 433-F.
• If the amount on line 9 is greater than $50,000, complete and attach Form 433-F, Collection Information Statement.
12Enter the date you want to make your payment each month. Do not enter a date later than the 28th
13
If you want to make your payments by direct debit from your checking account, see the instructions and fill in lines 13a and
13b. This is the most convenient way to make your payments and it will ensure that they are made on time.
a
Routing number
b
Account number
I authorize the U.S. Treasury and its designated Financial Agent to initiate a monthly ACH debit (electronic withdrawal) entry to the financial
institution account indicated for payments of my Federal taxes owed, and the financial institution to debit the entry to this account. This
authorization is to remain in full force and effect until I notify the U.S. Treasury Financial Agent to terminate the authorization. To revoke
payment, I must contact the U.S. Treasury Financial Agent at 1-800-829-1040 no later than 14 business days prior to the payment (settlement)
date. I also authorize the financial institutions involved in the processing of the electronic payments of taxes to receive confidential information
necessary to answer inquiries and resolve issues related to the payments.
14
If you want to make your payments by payroll deduction, check this box and attach a completed Form 2159, Payroll Deduction
Agreement .....................................
Your signature Date Spouse’s signature. If a joint return, both must sign. Date
For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see instructions.
Cat. No. 14842Y
Form 9465 (Rev. 2-2017)
Form 9465 (Rev. 2-2017)
Page 2
Part II
Additional information. Complete this part only if you have defaulted on an installment agreement within the
past 12 months and the amount you owe is greater than $25,000 but not more $50,000 and the amount on
line 10 is equal to or greater than the amount on line 11. If you owe more than $50,000, complete and attach
Form 433-F, Collection Information Statement.
15In which county is your primary residence?
16a Marital status:
Single. Skip question 16b and go to question 17.
Married. Go to question 16b.
b Do you share household expenses with your spouse?
Yes.
No.
17How many dependents will you be able to claim on this year's tax return?.........
17
18How many people in your household are 65 or older? ...............18
19How often are you paid?
Once a week.
Once every two weeks.
Once a month.
Twice a month.
20What is your net income per pay period (take home pay)? ..............
20
$
21How often is your spouse paid?
Once a week.
Once every two weeks.
Once a month.
Twice a month.
22What is your spouse's net income per pay period (take home pay)? ...........
22
$
23How many vehicles do you own? ......................23
24How many car payments do you have each month? ...................24
25a Do you have health insurance?
Yes. Go to question 25b.
No. Skip question 25b and go to question 26a.
b Are your premiums deducted from your paycheck?
Yes. Skip question 25c and go to question 26a.
No. Go to question 25c.
cHow much are your monthly premiums? ...................
25c
$
26a Do you make court-ordered payments?
Yes. Go to question 26b.
No. Go to question 27.
b Are your court-ordered payments deducted from your paycheck?
Yes. Go to question 27.
No. Go to question 26c.
cHow much are your court-ordered payments each month? .............
26c
$
27
Not including any court-ordered payments for child and dependent support, how much do you pay
for child or dependent care each month? ...................
27
$
Form 9465 (Rev. 2-2017)
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