I'm an freelancer on 1099 misc. I have a 2017 tax installment payment .Can I add what I owe from my 2018 taxes to my Installment agreement from last year?
You will probably have to negotiate a new installment payment plan. Try to pay off the taxes for 2018 if you possibly can, then work backwards.
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Yes and no. Since you have not remained current (i.e., you have incurred a new tax liability for 2018) you are in default under your Installment Agreement "I.A." However, it is possible to renegotiate the I.A., to include 2018.
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