There are a variety of way to pay a delinquent tax assessment or billing notice from the Iowa Department of Revenue.
Payment methods include credit card, direct debit from a checking account, or mailing a paper check with the Department provided payment voucher. When paying by credit card, a convenience fee will be charged based on the amount of the payment. This fee will be charged to the card being used and is retained by the credit card vendor.
Set Up a Payment Plan
Payment plans can be set up for as many as 36 months.
Make a Payment
- For Corporate Income, Fuel, Sales, Use, or Withholding Tax: GovConnectIowa
- For Individual Income Tax: PayDebt.Iowa.gov
In-Person: Pay by Cash
What is my account number?
An account number is assigned to any debt processed by the Iowa Department of Revenue. Your account number is identified on assessment and billing notices from the Department. The account number is not a social security number or FEIN.
Note: The Iowa Department of Revenue no longer accepts payments from financial institutions located outside the United States.
Proof of Payment
A receipt for confirmation of payments will be provided for proof of payment. This number can be provided to the Department of Revenue if you need an immediate release of your registration block or other legal actions being taken.
Questions? Call the number on your latest billing letter for assistance.