Installment Agreement

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An Installment Agreement is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) program in the United States, which allows individuals to pay tax debt in monthly payments.

There are several different kinds of Installment Agreements: Guaranteed, Streamline, Partial and Full Pay.


  • Individual has to file all minimum required tax returns.
  • Must owe $50,000 or less.
  • Monthly payment cannot be less than $25 a month.[1]
  • Keep a check on future refunds that can applied for tax refunds until tax debt is paid in full.



  1. ^ Payment Plans, Installment Agreements by IRS
  2. ^ "Pros and Cons of IRS Installment Agreements | IRS Payment Plan". 24 May 2018.


  1. ^ [1] by Opem Tax Resolution