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what if the return has already been efiled and accepted

with a balance due and a set date for a direct debit from a checking account on 3/30/20

can a change to a later date for payment only be done by an amended return

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I don't believe an amended return will accomplish that.  You have to cancel the payment that is set up, and I believe the method for doing that is addressed in the FAQ at the site that Judy provided the link.  Then you set up a new payment date on or before July 15.  Personally, I would cancel the first payment date and wait until it had passed to make sure that the cancellation took before I set up a new payment date.   

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Tell the client to call, unless you get paid to wait on hold. And, the client will need to set up her new date on DirectPay. Or, at least, I don't think we're supposed to be on DirectPay for someone else.

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Close the bank account and open a new one. Wait for the IRS to send you a bill and pay it on July 4th.

Make a stop payment at your bank.

I guess calling and talking to someone who can change the payment date is the only elegant option.

An amended return will be process around July 24th.

 

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2 minutes ago, cbslee said:

If you stop payment or close the bank account, won't you be assessed their NSF Fee.

yes

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