TOPEKA — Kansans with a delinquent tax bill have a new option to pay it online, according to a news release.
The Kansas Department of Revenue recently launched a web portal which allows taxpayers to use a credit card or electronic fund transfer to pay the bill, the release said. The portal can be accessed at https://debtpay.kdor.ks.gov/iia.
Previously, taxpayers paid by credit card over the phone or sent in a check to pay their bill. The web portal allows taxpayers to set up a payment plan that is always accessible, according to the release.
“This project is a part of our larger agency wide focus on making government services easier for Kansans to access,” Revenue Secretary Sam Williams said in the release. “The people we serve now have better accessibility to pay at their convenience and set up a payment plan that works realistically for their finances.”
The portal takes payments for individual and business tax debts. The system has been live since this past Friday.
To use the portal, taxpayers should reference information found on the collection notice they received in the mail.
Individuals will use their social security number, while businesses will use their Federal Employer Identification Number to login.
The case number found on the notice and the zip code from the address of the notice are also required.
The new portal is only for use by taxpayers who owe back taxes. Taxpayers who don’t have delinquent taxes can Webfile via a different portal on the KDOR website, https://www.ksrevenue.org/iiwebfile.html. KDOR’s Taxpayer Assistance Center is also available to help customers at 120 SE 10th Street, Topeka, or call (785) 296-6121.
KDOR’s Taxpayer Assistance Center is also available to help customers at 120 SE 10th Street, Topeka, or can call (785) 296-6121.