Paying the IRS on time doesn’t automatically benefit your credit, unlike other types of payments to your credit card or mortgage, for example.However, if you want to turn tax season into a credit-boosting opportunity, you can consider paying your taxes with different payment methods.
The IRS also has several options for individuals who can’t pay with their tax bill in full.
In addition to permitting payments from a bank account or debit card, the IRS also allows you to pay with a credit card.
Although this isn’t the best payment option for everyone, there are instances when paying with a credit card actually makes sense and can help save you money, as we detailed in this blog post.
Are you having issues collecting back child support?
There are various methods for collecting past due child support.