Payment Options

You Have Options

Your ability to pay will be determined by several factors, including:

  • how many dependents you support
  • the value of any property you may own
  • the combined monthly income of your household
  • any assets or debts you may have
  • and the monthly expenses for your household

To declare this information, you will need to fill out the Financial and Income Statement form and include supporting documentation of your ability to pay.

Supporting documentation includes one or more of the following:

  • proof of income or a copy of your financial statements
  • pensions, child support, or alimony
  • additional record of assets

Payment Plans

Paying the total amount you owe will avoid additional interest and penalty charges.  If you are unable to make full payment, you should pay as much as you can.  Every case is unique and your payment plan will be based on a variety of factors specific to you and your situation. Please contact us so that we can help you find a plan that works for you.

We can be reached Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at (802) 828-2518.

Offer in Compromise Program

Once your debt has become final or during an appeal process, the Offer in Compromise program may be the solution for you to consider.  If you meet the requires of the program and your Offer in Compromise Agreement is accepted, you may be able to settle your debt for less than your current balance due.


Q: I’m in a payment plan. Why did I receive this certified letter?

Q: How do I appeal something if it is beyond the appeal period?

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