Michigan Automated Tax Payment System Information
The information on this page applies only to
accounts registered to electronically pay taxes using the Electronic Funds
Transfer (EFT) Debit method. EFT Credit filers will continue to make their
payments as normal.
Effective April 23, 2009, EFT Debit filers will
be able to enter their payment detail to the Michigan Automated Tax Payment
System using the online payment process as well as the existing touch-tone phone
service. This page provides information on the changes and enhancements
resulting from the completion of the system upgrade. There will be minimal
interruption for the scheduling of payments during this transition and it will
not affect your ability to transmit timely payments.
User Identifications and Passwords
- Your existing user ID and password can be used
to access both the online payment process and the existing touch-tone phone
- If you do not have a user ID and password you
must complete and submit Form 2248,
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Debit Application.
- If you have forgotten your user identification
and password or need them reset you must call the Michigan Automated Tax
Payment System 1-866-282-1633 and talk to a customer service representative.
You can now manage your banking information using
either the online payments process or the existing touch-tone phone system. The
automated tax payment system will provide you with increased flexibility and
control of your account and bank information by allowing you to:
- Enter and store multiple bank accounts and
routing transit number information for each debit transaction to your account.
- Change/edit bank and routing transit number
Note: You must still complete
Form 4515, Electronic Funds
Transfer (EFT) Account Update to add or delete a business tax to be paid by
You must complete your transaction by 9:00 pm ET
one business day prior to the due date for timely receipt of payments.
You may continue to make your payments 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week.
Payments may be warehoused up to 90 days in
advance of the settlement date.
For more payment schedule information see:
3149, Sales, Use and Withholding Tax
Due Dates for Holidays and Weekends
Once a payment has been entered:
Editing/Canceling a Pending Transaction
- You may edit or cancel a pending payment by
selecting the appropriate menu option provided; a new confirmation is given at
the end of this transaction. You are able to view a list of all pending
- Confirmation for online transactions can be
received by e-mail if requested and you have provided a current/correct e-mail
address. You may update an e-mail address by choosing the Manage my EFT
Account selection on the
EFT Online Payments page.
- You will be provided a confirmation number at
the completion of the payment transaction.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Michigan Automated Tax Payment System Worksheet