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Who can request a Payment Plan Agreement?An individual, organization, or business may request a Payment Plan Agreement If they do not have an active levy or garnishment with the SCDOR. Your request will be reviewed for approval or denial.Who
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We also recommend researching your options:A loan with your bank or another financial institution may offer lower interest rates and may allow you to pay more timely to avoid additional penalties and interest. The rate of interest is established by the SCDOR in the same manner and at the same time as the underpayment rate provided in Internal Revenue Code Sections 6621(a)(2) and 6622.
request a Payment Plan Agreement on MyDORWAY. Payment Plan Agreements cannot be requested by telephone.
The length of your Payment Plan Agreement is based on the total of your
Balance Owed, which you can determine by adding
ALL of your South Carolina Individual Income Tax or GEAR debts together.
*Monthly payment terms may fluctuate due to accrued monthly penalty and interest.
If you cannot meet these requirements, or any additional requirements established when you set up the agreement, your agreement will be in default.
To request that an additional bill be added to your current agreement, email a completed
PPARequest@dor.sc.gov. The FS-147 can only be submitted one time for the life of the payment plan agreement. Your request will be reviewed for approval or denial.
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