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Connecticut Payment Options

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Connecticut Payment Options

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Pay Electronically

Visit the TSC at www.ct.gov/TSC and follow the prompts to make a direct payment or visit https://drsindtax.ct.gov to make a direct payment if you do not want to login to the TSC. You can authorize DRS to transfer funds from your bank account (checking or savings) to a DRS account by entering your bank account number and your bank routing transit number. You can file your return any time before the due date and designate the amount of payment and date of transfer. Your bank account will be debited on the date you indicate. You must pay the balance due on or before the due date (April 15, 2015) to avoid penalty and interest.

To Pay by Credit Card:

You may elect to pay your 2014 Connecticut income tax liability using a credit card (American Express®, Discover®, MasterCard®, VISA® ) or comparable debit card. A convenience fee will be charged by the service provider. You will be informed of the amount of the fee and you may elect to cancel the transaction. At the end of the transaction, you will be given a confirmation number for your records.

• Visit www.officialpayments.com and select State Payments; or

• Call Official Payments Corporation toll-free at 800-2PAY-TAX (800-272-9829). You will be asked to enter the Connecticut Jurisdiction Code: 1777. Your payment is effective on the date you make the charge.

To Pay by Mail:

Make your check payable to Commissioner of Revenue Services. To ensure proper posting of your payment, write “2014 Form CT-1040” and your SSN(s) (optional) on the front of your check. Sign your check and clip it to the front of your return. Do not send cash. DRS may submit your check to your bank electronically.

Failure to file or failure to pay the proper amount of tax when due will result in penalty and interest charges. It is to your advantage to file when your return is due whether or not you are able to make full payment.


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Views: 751 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Aug 10, 2015
Posted in: STATES, Connecticut

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