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Where do you send federal tax payments?

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The Internal Revenue Service accepts federal tax payments through its website, over the phone, through the electronic federal tax payment system, by wire transfer or by mail. Checks or money orders sent by mail must be payable to the U.S. Treasury and mailed to the address on the IRS notice.

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The IRS allows individual taxpayers to pay online directly from a bank account or with a debit or credit card on the service's website. The electronic federal tax payment system requires enrollment, but it is the best option for businesses, according to the IRS. Banks can charge fees for a same-day wire transfer, and taxpayers must fill out the same-day taxpayer worksheet, available on the IRS website, to take to their banks.

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