Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) offers the option to request tax payment plan
Payment plan option available for individual tax liability
In a recent article published by Gila Valley Central, Bill notices for unpaid 2023 individual income tax liability are being sent to taxpayers. For individuals who cannot afford to pay their individual income tax liability in full, they have an option for tax payment plan.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) offers the option to request a tax payment plan and manage their liability through the AZTaxes.gov website. By making a tax payment plan as soon as possible, taxpayers can avoid further penalties and interest.
A tax payment plan is an arrangement with ADOR to pay tax debt incrementally within an agreed timeframe. Taxpayers can quickly and easily set up a tax payment plan without calling the Department. Simply visit AZTaxes.gov, then under the Individual menu, select Request a Payment Plan for tax payment plan.
There are thing you need to know if you’re considering a tax payment plan. First, if a bill has been received for the tax period in question, then the process to establish a tax payment plan request in ADOR’s system may take up to 2 weeks.
Second, if you have not received a bill for the tax period in question, then the process to establish a tax payment plan request in ADOR’s system will take up to 8 weeks. While on a tax payment plan, taxpayers must not incur any new liabilities, but will continue to incur interest until the outstanding liability is paid in full.
Lastly, the tax payment plan payments must be made on time as per payment arrangement. If unable to pay tax payment plan on time, ADOR can and will enforce without notice through a levy and/or lien action.