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How do I pay for federal taxes owed?
I filed my federal and state and owe money. Credit karma asked for my bank account information, but I got an email after I finished saying I needed to go to the irs webite to pay. I'm afraid if I pay through the irs I pay twice. Does anyone know if Credit Karma will deduct it or if I have to go through irs?

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The same thing happened to me and I emailed customer support and they told me I didn't pay my taxes. But surprise surprise! Their software is a buggy POS and I ended up paying the IRS twice! Lucky me!

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Sorry what I meant is that CK's software was buggy and the CS rep couldn't even tell if I had paid my taxes or not, but I did end up originally paying on the form and then once again on the IRS website after being explicity told by CK's CS to do that too.

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The taxes are owed to the IRS and that's the party to pay.  Doesn't matter who prepared the tax returns. .

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