IR-2020-131, June 26, 2020. WASHINGTON ― As the 2019 tax filing and payment deadline approaches, the IRS reminds taxpayers and businesses that 2019 income tax liabilities as well as postponed April 15 and June 15, 2020 estimated tax payments are due July 15, 2020. Ready to Pay Now. A taxpayer has the funds required or is okay with paying taxes by direct payment or debit/credit card now. Not Ready to Pay Now but Over Time: A taxpayer does not have the funds to pay taxes on time, but does want to pay over time. On this page, you will find payment plan options for this scenario.
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If you want to change how you pay for a Microsoft subscription or for purchases from the Microsoft Store, you can add a payment method to your Microsoft account. Here’s how to add a credit card, debit card, bank account, PayPal account, or mobile phone as a new payment method for your Microsoft account.
Add a new payment method online
Sign in to the Payment options page with your Microsoft account. If you can't sign in, try troubleshooting issues with your Microsoft account.
Select Add a new payment method.
Select the type of payment method you want to add, add your info, and select Save.
Add a new payment method on an Xbox One console
Sign in to your Xbox One console with your Microsoft account. If you can't sign in, try troubleshooting issues with your Microsoft account.
Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
Select System > Settings > Account > Payment & billing.
On the Payment options screen, select Add a payment option, choose the type of payment method you want to add, add your info, and then select Save.
You can also remove a payment method or update details for a current payment method. If you're having trouble, you can try some troubleshooting tips.
Insurance companies handle payments differently. Follow the instructions from your insurer about how and when to make your premium payment. You may be able to pay online.
Important: You must pay your premium for your coverage to start
Once you enroll in a plan, you'll pay your premiums directly to the insurance company — not to the Health Insurance Marketplace®. Your coverage won't start until you pay your first premium. Make sure you continue to pay your monthly premiums to your health insurance company on time. If you don't, the insurance company could end your coverage.
How to pay your monthly premium at HealthCare.gov
- Log in to your Marketplace account.
- Choose your application under 'Your Existing Applications.'
- Click the blue button 'Pay Your First Health Insurance Monthly Premium.'
- If online payment is available, choose the green button 'Pay for Health Plan Now' to go to your insurance company’s website to pay.
Note: If your health insurance company doesn't accept online payment, they should have contacted you with next steps. Reach out to them if you haven’t received details on how to pay or aren’t sure that you paid. For their phone number, check out your plan brochure or go to their website.
How to tell if your health insurance is active
If you're not sure you're enrolled, you can find out if your health insurance is active by checking your online Marketplace account. If you think you're enrolled but have questions about your plan, you can reference your plan materials.
How to verify your enrollment online
- Log in to your HealthCare.gov account.
- Select your completed application under 'Your Existing Applications.'
- Click on 'My Plans & Programs' to see which plan(s) you're enrolled in. Here you'll see a summary of your coverage. Your coverage start date depends on when you enrolled or changed plans.
- If you don't see your summary or still aren't sure you finished enrollment, call your insurance company. They can confirm if you enrolled and paid your first premium.
If you're still having issues, contact the Marketplace Call Center.
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How to access your plan enrollment materials
- Your plan will send you a membership package with enrollment materials and a health insurance card as proof of your insurance. You'll use the card when you get health care services, so keep it in a safe place.
- Carefully review these, and look through your plan's provider directory to see where you can get care.
- If you didn't receive a card, call your insurer to see if you should have received one already and to make sure your coverage is effective. You can find your insurer's phone number on their website.
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Ready to use your new coverage?
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Visit our Using Your Health Insurance Coverage section. We can help you find a provider in your network, schedule an appointment, understand your benefits, and more.