https //gtc.dor.ga.gov Payment Plan : Georgia Tax Center Payment

https //gtc.dor.ga.gov Payment Plan : Georgia Tax Center Payment

If you owe a tax debt to the Georgia Department of Revenue and cannot afford to pay it all at once, you can request an installment payment agreement to settle your debt over time.  Payment plans may not be for longer than 60 months and the minimum monthly payment is $25.

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We can set up payment plans for both individuals and businesses.  In some cases, we may deny your request for a payment plan or cancel a plan after it begins.   The Department will not approve a request for a payment plan if:

  • The taxpayer is in bankruptcy.
  • The taxpayer has a pending offer in compromise application filed with the Department.
  • The taxpayer has not filed state tax returns for the preceding five years

How It Works

An installment payment agreement is a formal contract between you and the Department and can be requested online through the Georgia Tax Center for your outstanding tax debt.  You will be able to propose a monthly payment amount, payment draft date, and number of installment payments under the agreement. The Department will send you a confirmation letter if your proposal is accepted.

The Department will charge a $50 fee for installment payment agreements where the payments are drafted by electronic funds transfer (EFT) and a $100 fee for those agreements where payments are sent to the Department by check.  The fee may be lowered to $25 for individuals setting up a new payment plan if their Federal Adjusted Gross Income (FAGI) is less than $22,050.

The terms of an installment payment agreement cannot be changed once established.  However, the Department may agree to cancel an existing payment agreement and create a new agreement with a different payment amount and schedule if necessary.

The Department may take other steps to collect your debt even if you have an active payment agreement, including offsetting your State or Federal tax refund.

Penalty and interest will continue to accrue on your tax debt until the balance is paid in full.

Georgia Tax Center

How do I sign up to be a new GTC user?

Click the Signup for Web Access link and complete the required fields. You will need your account number (Sales Tax or Withholding) and Zip Code (for the location of the business.) Once you have completed the registration, your Authorization Code and a login link will be emailed to you. You will use your Authorization Code to login for the first time. After your initial login, you no longer need your authorization code.

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How do I log in to GTC?

Enter your GTC user name and case sensitive password and click the Login button. Do not enter an authorization code unless you are logging in for the first time.

Who can create or delete a user Id for my business?

There are two ways to create a GTC user ID:-

A user can create a GTC user Id with the “Create my username” link on the GTC welcome page.

They will need to provide the account number, zip code, last payment amount (if applicable), and effective date, of at least one of the accounts under the STI to create a user ID.

If a taxpayer has more than one account, they can add them by providing the account details.

The administrator of the STI is able to establish access levels for additional user IDs. This can be done through either the default access levels already specified for the STI, or by changing the user’s access level.

The administrator can create a new user ID for the STI and add access to any of the accounts linked to their profile.

New third party filers that do not have a tax account with the Georgia Department of Revenue must submit the Bulk Filer Registration form (CRF-Bulk), which can be downloaded from Georgia Tax Center Info. The DOR will create their Administrator user ID, and in turn, the new administrator can create all other IDs needed by the Third Party filer.

How do I make a payment?

To make a payment for a specific filing period, locate the filing period on the Account Summary page and select the Pay link. Enter the payment effective date (this is the date you want the funds to come out of your bank account), the payment amount, and the payment source. To make a payment towards your entire account balance, from the Account Summary page select the Pay Account Balance link. Fill in the information as stated in the paragraph above.

What are my options in making electronic payments?

Electronic payment options include:

· ACH-Debit (NACHA) – your payment is electronically withdrawn from your bank account on the date specified by DOR.
· Credit Card – Payments are made through a 3rd party vendor, OPC, which charges a 2.5% convenience fee. This fee is charge by OPC and not DOR.

What if I don’t have an e-mail address?

An e-mail address is required to register for GTC. Once logged in, you can file a return, make a payment and much more. If you do not have a personal e-mail address, you can sign up for a free account with websites such as Google, Yahoo, or Outlook.

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  1. My name is Robert HART III I can afford to pay 50 dollars a month starting next month April 21,22 I can pay online or mail the amount also my ss# is 260 13 8545.

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