Pay Delinquent Tax or Court Debt

Pay Online by Credit Card, Debit Card, or eCheck

Pay by Cash at Local Retailer with MoneyGram

Pay Online - Use this online payment service if you have received a delinquent tax or court debt assessment, or a billing notice from the Iowa Department of Revenue.

You can set up a payment plan or make a one-time payment through this online payment service. Payment methods include credit card, direct debit from a checking account (eCheck), or logon to this Web site to make arrangements to send a paper check. When paying by credit card, the Department’s vendor Official Payments charges a convenience fee based on the amount of the payment. This fee will be charged to the card being used.

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  • Set Up a Payment Plan

  • Payment plans can be set up for as many as 24 months.
  • Make a Payment

  • Use this online service to make a single payment.


To use this service you will need your zip code and the account number found on an assessment or billing notice received from the Iowa Department of Revenue.

PayDebt.Iowa.gov

 

What is my account number?

A nine digit account number is assigned to any debt processed by the Department or 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.

Please Note: The Iowa Department of Revenue no longer accepts payments from financial institutions located outside the United States.

 

Pay by Cash at a Local Retailer with MoneyGram

You can now make delinquent payments at a retailer near you using MoneyGram.

Find a retailer providing this service at:  www.OfficialPayments.com/locate , or call 1-800-666-3947. MoneyGram charges a $4.99 convenience fee.

  • You will need to give retailer:

  • Delinquent Payment Code:  11697

    Your 9-digit account number from your last billing letter.

    Also: Walmart loctions will accept debit cards in addition to cash.


What is my account number?

A nine digit account number is assigned to any debt processed by the Department or 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.

Proof of Payment

The retailer will provide a receipt with a confirmation number (Reference Number) that is your 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.