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I finally finished doing my taxes and came up with a huge tax due. I can only come up with about 10% of what's due. Since I filed for payment terms last year (and that figure was no where near this year's) I can't request another payment plan (or can I).

You probably can. I'm not clear as to whether you're still paying on 1999 or not. If you are, call the number on your last reminder notice and talk to them about it. If you're no longer paying on 1999, that shouldn't be an impediment to a 2000 installment agreement.

The 500 pound elephant here is why can't you pay your taxes on time? Unless you find the source of the problem and correct it, you'll be in this situation year after year, paying lots of needless penalty and interest.

Phil Marti
Retired IRS Collection Officer
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