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Why did I receive a bill for Taxes Due if I provided my bank account information on my return for funds to be withdrawn?
Bank account information submitted on a return is ONLY for direct deposit of a refund.
You may receive a billing because:
- You failed to provide direct debit information
- The account information provided was either not accurate or was incomplete
- The payment was rejected due to nonsufficient funds
The taxpayer is responsible for paying the tax due prior to the deadline of April 15th.
Mail a check or money order to the address on the bill you have received.
There are fast and convenient ways to make your payment on our e-Service site. You can make a payment with checking/savings with no fee or by credit/debit card with a processing fee by selecting the e-Service button above.