District of Columbia Payment Options

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District of Columbia Payment Options

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Payment Options

ACH Debit ACH debit is used for taxpayers who have signed up for MyTax.DC.gov. There is no fee. Bank account information is stored within their online account. MyTax.DC.gov can store multiple bank accounts across mutiple tax types. Taxpayers give the right to debit the money from their bank account. Ensure you allow 1-3 business days if entering change of banking information.

Credit/Debit Card The taxpayer may pay the amount owed using Visa®, MasterCard®, Discover® or American Express®. You will be charged a fee that is paid directly to the District's credit card service provider. Payment is effective on the day it is charged. Visit MyTax.DC.gov for more information.

Check or money order (US dollars) Include a check or money order (US dollars), payable to the DC Treasurer, with your completed return. Write your Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), daytime telephone number, tax year “2018” and the type of form filed (“D-40” or “D-40EZ”) on your payment. Attach your payment to the Form D-40P voucher provided in this booklet. Do not attach either to your return.

   --Form D-40P, Payment Voucher Use this form when sending a check or money order. Do not staple the voucher to the D-40 or D-40EZ. If you pay at the same time you file your return, include the D-40P with your D-40 or D-40EZ in the return envelope provided. Use the PO Box 96169 mail label from the back flap of the return envelope.

Direct Debit Electronic filers have the ability to pay their tax due or estimated payment by direct debit. Enter your banking information, including the routing and account numbers, checking or savings account and the date of withdrawal. The date of withdrawal cannot be greater than thirty (30) days from the due date of the return.

Visit the website MyTax.DC.gov for Credit/Debit Card Payment Information.

Note: International ACH Transaction (IAT). Your payment cannot be drawn on a foreign account. You must pay by money order (US dollars) or credit card instead.

Dishonored Payments Make sure your check or electronic payment will clear. You will be charged a $65 fee if your check or electronic payment is not honored by your financial institution and returned to OTR.


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