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Old 12-05-2012, 12:38 PM
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Fee for installment payments?

I received the letter from IRS as of installment payments.
A fee of $ 43 will be charged at the same time with the first payment.
I decided to pay in full the whole amount prior due date, instead of monthly payments.
Q: Will this fee of $ 43 will be automatically waived or is there any further action needed?



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