No. If you select person you must have an SSN or ITIN that exists with Revenue or you cannot use this service. If you select business you must have a BIN issued by Revenue or you cannot use this service.
You must have the necessary information about the tax account you are paying and your checking/savings account number and routing number to use this service.
If you are paying for someone else, and the tax account is overpaid, Revenue is required to send refunds to the taxpayer on the return and will not provide a credit or refund to a different name.
This system can only apply payments for the tax years available in each menu. If you need to pay taxes on a year not available on the menu, you can make a payment to Revenue by check, cash, credit card, or money order.
Yes. However, you or your spouse must have an existing account with Revenue. If you have an existing account and are unable to login, contact us for assistance.
- Quarterly estimated tax: The payment will be posted to your estimated tax account. You will claim the estimated payment on your original return when you file it with Revenue.
- Assessment or deficiency: Use these payment types any time Revenue sends you a notice that you have a balance due.
Use the assessment payment type if:
- You received a Notice of Assessment from Revenue stating there is a balance due.
- You want to set up a recurring payment through U.S. Bank's Electronic Payment System for your assessment.
Use the deficiency payment type if:
- You received a Notice of Deficiency because Revenue has adjusted your return.
- Revenue sent you an auditor report for additional tax you owe.
- You want to set up a recurring payment through U.S. Bank's Electronic Payment System for your deficiency.
- Return: Use this payment type to pay the total amount you owe as shown on your return when you file it. You should also use this option if you are filing an extension. Filing an extension gives you more time to file your current year return. You must pay the tax you expect to owe by the original due date of your return to avoid penalties and interest.
- Amended return: Use this payment type to pay the total amount you owe as shown when you file an amended return.
We will give you credit according to the payment date you selected when setting up your payment. Generally, it takes three to five business days to apply your payment.
This will show as "TAXPAYMENT" on your statement.
No. By law, we must issue the refund in the name(s) and Social Security number(s) of the taxpayer(s) listed on the tax return. You will need to make arrangements privately with the person whose tax you are paying.
Yes. U.S. Bank offers recurring payment options. You will need to register with the U.S. Bank Electronic Payment System to use this option. When you login though Revenue's "Electronic payment from your checking or savings account" website, select Quarterly estimated tax, assessment, or deficiency payment type.
We have no limitations on the number of times you may use this service to make payments. You should check with your financial institution to find out if they have any limitations.
If you do not have an existing account with Revenue, you cannot use this service. If you think you have an existing login for this service and are unable to sign in, contact us for assistance.
You received a Notice of Assessment and Notice of Deficiency billings. Do not pay the full amount in one transaction. Your payments will not process correctly if you do. You will need to make separate electronic payments for each notice.
At the beginning of each transaction, select the appropriate program type with a payment type of assessment or deficiency. You will have the opportunity to make another payment after each transaction is complete. Save the confirmation number from each transaction as proof of payment.
If you completed the transaction and received your confirmation number, contact us. If you have outstanding debts to Revenue or other state agencies, the overpayment may be applied to the existing debt.
We will issue your refund either by check or direct deposit when we process your return. Revenue must issue a refund in the name of the person(s) or business on the return. If you have an existing debt with Revenue, the overpayment may be applied to that debt.
Revenue partners with U.S. Bank to allow electronic payments from your checking or savings account for certain kinds of taxes and fees. U.S. Bank will transfer the amount you authorize directly from your checking or savings account to Revenue. The IRS has used this process for several years.
If you are using an SSN or ITIN to make your payment you will need to select person.
If you are using a business identification number (BIN) to make your payment you will need to select business.
We may have received your return and processed it before your electronic payment was applied. Please contact us.
When you register with U.S. Bank or make a payment without registering, you are asked to enter an e-mail address. You will receive an e-mail with the confirmation number and payment amount. You can use this information to view your payment history. If your payment is not accepted for any reason, you will also receive an e-mail providing you the reason.
This service is an option for you to use. You can also make a payment to Revenue by check, cash, credit card, or money order. You will have to decide which payment method best fits your situation. Some of the benefits of paying electronically from your checking or savings account are:
- Convenience. Individual taxpayers can electronically file or file their paper return early and make one payment by the due date.
- Safety and security. Security of your personal and checking/savings account information is ensured.
- There is no charge for this service.
No. U.S. Bank will issue a confirmation number when your transaction is complete. Your bank statement will show your payment and will act as your receipt.