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Business Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Payments
The Michigan Department of Treasury accepts Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) as a method for paying certain business taxes. EFT is a safe and efficient process for making tax payments. All transactions are governed by strict, nationally established rules, regulations and security procedures and occur between financial institutions only at your request.
EFT Credit: Taxpayers contact the bank to initiate tax payments and transfer funds to the State. Some banks may charge a fee for EFT Credit.
To make payments by EFT Credit, complete and submit one of the following forms to Treasury. You will receive an approval letter and instructions on how to notify the bank to set up the account for EFT Credit filing.
EFT Debit: Taxpayers can schedule their tax payments up to 90 days in advance through the Michigan Automated Tax Payment System. There is no cost when making payments by EFT Debit.
EFT Debit transactions will be ineligible for EFT if the bank account used for the electronic debit is funded or otherwise associated with a foreign bank account to the extent that the payment transaction would qualify as an International ACH Transaction (IAT) under NACHA Rules. Contact your bank for questions about the status of your bank account.
To make payments by EFT Debit, complete and submit to Treasury the appropriate application provided below. You will receive a letter and instructions on how to complete and submit EFT Debit payments.
Mail your completed application to the address shown on the form or fax to 517-636-4356. Please allow 4 weeks for processing.
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