There are two methods available to pay your taxes online via direct withdrawal from your bank account.

The first is IRS Direct Pay and can be used for individual tax return payments. You must initiate the payment at least two days before the payment due date and can schedule payments up to 30 days in advance. You will provide your tax information, verify your identity, and enter your payment information. The IRS does not save this information on their website, so you will have to re-enter it every time you make a payment. Also, once scheduled, payments cannot be canceled in Direct Pay.

The second is the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) and can be used for all types of tax return payments, both individual and business. You must enroll prior to making a payment. After completing all the information online, the IRS will mail you your PIN number. You then go online to set up your internet password. Once you have completed these steps, you won't have to re-enter all your personal and bank account information again. You must initiate the payment at least one day before the payment due date and you can schedule multiple payments up to one year in advance. You can also cancel scheduled payments.

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