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Hello, Im currently on an installment agreement for last

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I'm currently on an installment agreement for last year's taxes. I just filed my 2012 return and I owe another huge bill. I'm going to need to roll that into my current installment agreement. What happens from here?
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Q: What happens from here?

A: You contact the IRS (1-800-829-1040) and request to be placed on an installment agreement including the additional amount of taxes owed. In most cases, when there is no other way for a taxpayer to pay what is owed, the IRS will revise the current installment agreement plan to reflect the added new amount. Note that while the government is still trying to work out things, you may not be able to reach anyone at the IRS in a timely manner. However, I suggest calling them as soon as you can, and when they are available and requesting a new installment agreement plan.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Will they agree, even if the bill is large?

The IRS deals with these matters on a case by case basis. Whether they will agree to revise your agreement or not depends on your ability to pay what is owed. They have revised installment agreements even when the taxpayer owes more money. I cannot give you a definitive answer in your case, but it has been done in the past.
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