An Automated Clearing House (ACH) Debit is a banking term for the electronic transfer of funds in which the state contacts its bank to initiate the transfer of funds from your bank account to the state’s account. The state pays the transaction costs for the ACH Debit. If you choose this payment option you will be able to file your report at any time. The tax payment amount indicated on your report will be requested from your bank on the due date, or immediately if your report is filed after the due date. ACH Debit will not be a payment option available for amended reports; a check with a payment voucher will be required for amended report payments.
An Automated Clearing House (ACH) Credit is a banking term for the electronic transfer of funds in which you contact your bank to initiate the transfer from your bank account to the state's account. You will pay the transaction costs for the ACH Credit. If you choose this payment option you will be able to file your electronic report at any time and initiate authorization of the payment from your account at any time up to the due date of the report. An addenda record must accompany an ACH Credit transaction to insure that the payment can be properly matched to the appropriate report. At this time this option is not available for paper reports.
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Pay by Check
If you choose, you will be able to submit a check for payment of an electronic report. A check payment for a paper report must accompany the paper report. A check payment for an electronic report will require a voucher to insure that the payment can be properly matched to the appropriate report. You will be required to complete a voucher for the report type you are paying and submit it with your check. The voucher and payment must be mailed by the due date of the return.
Once you have registered for E-file, you will no longer receive paper reports from our office. You will be able to submit your report on-line, up until midnight of the due date to meet the filing deadline. The following options are available for submitting tax payments: