What types of payments can you make through Pay.gov?


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Payments that can be made through Pay.gov as of 2015 include Small Business Administration loan payments, Veterans Administration co-payments, fines and tickets issued on U.S government property, and license/permit fees. The site offers free and secure online access to process payments.

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What types of payments can you make through Pay.gov?
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Pay.gov is a way for individuals and businesses to make secure, electronic, non-tax payments to many federal government agencies, such as U.S. courts, national parks, Veterans Affairs, SBA and other government agencies. The site accepts several payment options, including credit cards, debit cards and direct debit. It permits users to make one-time payments, recurring payments and donations. Users may also track payment history and manage information, such as name, address and credit card information.

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