Just wanting clarification on what is probably not that big of a deal. In the past I have been making payments to the IRS on a loan agreement with a debit card out of my checking. Want to begin making those payments for a while with a bank credit card. My question is...Will making the payments with a credit card cause the card issuing bank to re-evaluate my credit status and possibly take a negative view of that status? The IRS agreement was in place before I was issued the bank credit card and was not on any credit bureau's record for consideration of the issuance of the bank card. By the way, my credit rating/performance is pretty much flawless with high 700's scores.Thanks for you thoughts.
Why not leave it the way it is. Paying by CC/Debit they charge a fee. Say you get 2% CB. The fee avg between all banks is 1.5%. Then if you let a couple payments build up on the credit card. Then you pay their interest.
I had some back taxes released in BK. Didnt hurt a thing during my rebuild. But if you do auto payments direct from your account. Its free.
To answer your question, fees aside, no, it shouldn't affect anything. CC companies just see it as a regular purchase since IRS CC payments are process by a third party vendor.