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Nebraska Tax Due Payment Options

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What Are My Nebraska Tax Due Payment Options?

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Total Amount Due.

Enter the amount owed, including the applicable underpayment of estimated income tax penalty. A balance due of less than $2 need not be paid.

Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW). With this payment option, you provide your payment information within your electronically-filed return. Your payment will automatically be withdrawn from your bank account on the date you specify.

Nebraska e-pay. Nebraska e-pay is the Department’s web-based electronic payment system. You enter your payment and bank account information, and choose a date (up to a year in advance) to have your account debited. You will receive an email confirmation for each payment scheduled.

Credit Card. Secure credit card payments can be initiated through Official Payments at officialpayments.com; via phone at 800-272-9829; or by downloading the OPAY app from your smart phone’s app store. Eligible credit cards include American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA. A convenience fee (2.35% of the payment, $1 minimum) is charged to the card you use. This fee is paid to the credit card vendor, not the state, and will appear on your credit card statement separately from the payment to the Department. At the end of your transaction, you will be given a confirmation number. Keep this number for your records. [If you are making your credit card payment by phone, you will need to provide the Nebraska Jurisdiction Code, which is 3700.]

Payment Plan. If you are unable to pay the full amount of tax due, you should file your Nebraska income tax return and pay as much as you can by the filing date. You have three options if you cannot pay all your tax when you file your tax return. See our website for additional information on these payment plan options. Interest will accrue on any unpaid balance until it is fully paid.

Check or Money Order. If you are not using one of the electronic payment options described above, include a check or money order payable to the “Nebraska Department of Revenue.” Checks written to the Department may be presented for payment electronically.


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Views: 1188 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 24, 2018
Posted in: States, Nebraska

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