How to Make an EFT Payment

There are two automated clearing house (ACH) methods that can be used to transfer money to the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR): 

  1. ACH Credit is when you contact your bank to initiate the process of sending funds to CDOR.
  2. ACH Debit is when you give CDOR permission to pull funds from your bank account according to the directions you provide after clicking the “Make a Payment” link below.

ACH Credit

To make an ACH credit payment, you must first contact your bank or financial institution to ensure they are able to create a TXP record, which is a national banking standard. If your payment does not contain a TXP record or is incorrect, it will be returned to you as unprocessed. You will then advise your bank of the necessary details about your payment.

Some businesses and individuals have an ACH Block on their bank accounts that use an authorization list to help prevent fraud on their account. If you have an ACH Block on your ACH credit transactions, be sure to provide your bank this blocker ID: D846000537

In order to ensure that your payments are processed promptly, be sure to register for ACH credit before following these steps:

  1. Click the button below. 
  2. Then enter your EFT ID number. 
  3. Select the appropriate tax type code, filing period ending date, dollar amount owed and effective date. 
  4. You must  submit your tax payment before 4:00 P.M. Mountain Time for same-day processing. The payment website is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 
     

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ACH Debit

You must register before using this service.  Be sure to register for ACH debit before following these steps:

  1. Click the button below. 
  2. Then enter your EFT ID number and EFT password or PIN  to log in. 
  3. Select the appropriate tax type code, filing period ending date, dollar amount owed and effective date. 
  4. You must  submit your tax payment before 4:00 P.M. Mountain Time for same-day processing. The payment website is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Some businesses and individuals have an ACH Block on their bank accounts that use an authorization list to help prevent fraud on their account. If you have an ACH Block on your ACH debit transactions, be sure to provide your back this blocker ID: T846000537

Another ACH debit payment option is to call 877-265-6338 (877-COLOEFT). You will be directed through the process of initiating an electronic debit to your financial institution account over the phone.
 

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EFT Assistance

If you need additional assistance, call the EFT Helpline at (303) 205-8333. Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Mountain Time (except on state holidays).