Please remember that you must claim the state sales tax refund (TABOR refund) when filing your state income tax return. If you claimed a 2023 refund, the TABOR refund will be combined and issued out with your refund. Unlike the 2022 Colorado cashback, no separate check will be issued. 


How to Make an EFT Payment on Revenue Online


There is one automated clearing house (ACH) method, ACH Credit, that can be used to transfer money to the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR). ACH Credit is when you contact your bank to initiate the process of sending funds to CDOR.


What are ACH Credit payments?

An Automated Clearing House (ACH) credit is when you “push” money from your account to someone else’s.

For the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR), you can pay most taxes, bill payments or fees with an ACH Credit. CDOR does not charge a fee for this service, but your bank may charge you a fee.

You will need to give your bank the following information:


  • Your ID Number:
    • Social Security Number (SSN),
    • Federal Employee Identification Number (FEIN),
    • Colorado Account Number (CAN), or
    • An Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) number issued by CDOR. If you want to use an EFT number, you must register in advance using form DR 5785 or through your account at
  • Tax Type Code: See page 2 of form DR 5785
  • Tax Period Ending Date: For example, 12/31/2021 
  • Payment Amount


  • Bank Name: Wells Fargo, Denver CO 80202
  • Account Name: Treasurer, State of Colorado, DOR, EFT Deposits
  • Routing and Transit Number: 121000248
  • Account Number (Checking): 19451234567891945

Please contact your bank if you have any questions about their ACH Credit procedures. 


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).