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You can make payments for taxes and fees online, from your bank account, or in person. If you received a bill from the Minnesota Department of Revenue and cannot pay in full, you may request an installment plan. For more information, see Payment Agreements. You may make a payment directly from your bank account.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue manages the state's revenue system and administers state tax laws. The department manages over 30 different taxes and collects $26.7 billion annually.
If you have questions about Minnesota income tax, contact the Minnesota Department of Revenue: (651) 296-3781 or (800) 652-9094. TTY: Call 711 for Minnesota Relay. individual.incometax@state.mn.us.
Chances are, if you have received an IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue (MDR) tax notice by certified mail, it is because you have neglected to respond to several prior notifications. It's not too late to resolve your tax problem.
MN Revenue may initiate contact via a phone call, but never through unsolicited emails. If you have any questions regarding phone calls or emails from the IRS please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
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Contact us at 651-556-3003, 1-800-657-3909 (toll-free), or mdor.collection@state.mn.us for a payoff amount. payment options into the Search box or call 1-800-570-3329. We do not charge you for using this service. Pay by credit card or debit card.
Chances are, if you have received an IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue (MDR) tax notice by certified mail, it is because you have neglected to respond to several prior notifications. It's not too late to resolve your tax problem.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue manages the state's revenue system and administers state tax laws. The department manages over 30 different taxes and collects $26.7 billion annually.
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