Make a payment by selecting one of the below and logging in to our Taxpayer Service Center (TSC).
For Business tax filers, you may also pay by ACH Credit Method. Prior to paying using this method you must pre-register using Form EFT-1, Authorization Agreement for Electronic Funds Transfers.
For information on ACH Debit Method and ACH Credit Method see below.
ACH DEBIT/ELECTRONIC CHECK METHOD
ON OR BEFORE THE DUE DATE OF THE TAX. THIS APPLIES TO ACH DEBIT USERS ONLY
Direct Payment-Using this method, taxpayers file their return electronically using the TSC program and select a payment date (the date of payment can be any date up to the due date). DRS will electronically debit the selected bank account for the funds on the day that the taxpayer selects. That means that with 1 transaction the return is filed and payment is scheduled. There is no pre-registration requirement to use this option.
To ensure your debit payments are successful, you should:
- Speak with your bank before setting up a debit payment.
- Provide the Company ID to your financial institution so payments made through the TSC will be accepted through your debit block.
- In addition to the Company ID, you will need to provide your bank with the Company Name: “State of Connecticut – Department of Revenue”
State of Connecticut, Dept. of Revenue Services List of Debit Block Codes.
Note: Failure to provide this information may cause your bank to reject your payment. DRS may send you a bill for the amount due, including penalty and interest.
ACH CREDIT METHOD
ACH CREDIT METHOD USERS SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR BANKING INSTITUTION FOR GUIDELINES TO ENSURE THAT PAYMENT IS RECEIVED TIMELY
Taxpayers must pre-register with the Electronic Commerce Unit (ECU) prior to using this option. The taxpayer initiates an electronic payment through their banking institution. This payment must be sent in the ACH standard CCD+TXP format. The taxpayer may also electronically file the return using the TSC program.