MORE FLEXIBILITY. LESS HASSLE.
Enjoy a faster, easier way to pay taxes.
You can use your MasterCard® to pay federal and state* income taxes online or over the phone.
More options. More choices.
Please note that the information provided herein is not meant to constitute tax advice and should not be used without the advice and guidance of a professional tax adviser who is familiar with all the relevant facts.
- Form 1040 Series – Current Year Balance Due, Past Due and Installment Agreement
- Form 1040ES – Estimated Tax
- Form 1040 – Advanced Payment of a Determined Deficiency
- Form 1040 – Balance Due Return or Balance Due Notice
- Form 1040X – Amended or Adjusted Return
- Form 4868 – Automatic Extension
- Form 5329 – Current Tax Due
- Trust Fund Recovery – Prior Year and Installment Recovery
HOW TO PAY
MasterCard cardholders have the option to make tax payments with a credit or debit card by phone or online with the participating service providers. There is a convenience fee charged by service providers. Fees are based on the type of card used and the amount of the payment. Fees vary by service provider and may be deductible in certain circumstances†. Taxpayers should contact the service provider to receive up-to-date information and convenience fees.
|Payment Service Provider||Pay by Phone||Web Site and Rates|
|Value Payment Systems||844-729-8298||www.payUSAtax.com/mastercard|
|Official Payments Corporation||866-964-2552||www.choicepay.com/fed|
*Not all states accept MasterCard for tax payment. Click here to see if your state currently accepts credit or debit cards for payment.
**Depending upon the MasterCard® you elect to use, you may be able to earn rewards. Contact the financial institution that issued your MasterCard for specific terms and agreements.
†For Individual Taxpayers the credit or debit card convenience fee charged for paying federal individual income taxes electronically may be deductible in certain circumstances for some taxpayers who itemize. For more information please click here.
For more information, you can contact the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 or visit the IRS at www.irs.gov.