Taxpayers should file their tax returns by the deadline even if they cannot pay their full tax bill. Taxpayers who owe taxes and don't file on time may be charged a failure-to-file penalty. This penalty is usually five percent of the tax owed for each month, or part of a month that the tax return is late, up to 25%.
If an individual taxpayer owes taxes, but can't pay in full by April 18, 2022, deadline, they should:
File their tax return or request an extension of time to file by the April 18 deadline.
People who owe taxes and do not file their returns on time or request an extension may face a failure-to-file penalty for not filing on time.
Taxpayers should remember that an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay. An extension gives taxpayers until October 17, 2022, to file their 2021 tax return, but taxes owed are still due on April 18, 2022.
To get an extension to file, taxpayers must do one of the following:
Pay as much as possible by the April 18 due date.
People who do not pay their taxes on time will face a failure-to-pay penalty.
Set up a payment plan as soon as possible.
Taxpayers who owe but cannot pay in full by April 18 don't have to wait for a tax bill to set up a payment plan.
They can apply for a payment plan on IRS.gov.
Interest is based on the amount of tax owed and for each day it's not paid in full. Interest rates are determined every three months and can vary, based on the type of tax; for example, individual or business-tax liabilities. More information is available on the Interest on Underpayments and Overpayments page of IRS.gov.
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