Taxpayers that scheduled their Income Tax (IIT, BIT, PTE, FDT) or Business Privilege Tax payment due 4/15/2020 when they e-filed their return can now reschedule or cancel that payment. This option is only for payments scheduled through MeF. The direct link to the new web request will be https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov/?link=delaypayment
If they scheduled a payment by credit card or debit card, they should contact the card processor to cancel the card payment.
If the payment was scheduled through My Alabama Taxes (MAT), they may be able to modify or cancel the scheduled payment by logging back into their MAT account: https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov/_/.
If the estimate payment was scheduled through Alabama Interactive, they can log back in to cancel the payment. At this time the payment date cannot be updated past April 15th, we are working with Alabama Interactive to update the system to allow the Extension and Estimate payments to be rescheduled to July 15th.
Coloradans wishing to cancel their currently scheduled direct debit payments in order to take advantage of the deadline extension can do so by emailing the Colorado Department of Revenue at DOR_TaxpayerService@state.co.us. For expedited processing, taxpayers should put "Request Cancellation of Direct Debit Payment" in the subject line of the email. Once a payment is cancelled, it cannot be rescheduled through filing software, and a taxpayer must pay by the extended due date using another method to avoid penalty and interest.
Please submit all payment cancellation requests no later than 5:00 PM, Monday, April 13th, 2020. Please do not wait until the last minute to contact us regarding a scheduled payment as we cannot guarantee that we will be able to cancel the payment by April 15. Once a payment has been processed, we are unable to refund or return the payment.
Dist. Of Columbia
The Office of Tax and Revenue is working diligently to assist taxpayers who are facing economic hardships. Unfortunately, taxpayers who have already filed their tax returns and made payments will not be able to have those payments refunded.
If a taxpayer remitted payment via MeF and now wants to change their payment scheduled due date from 4/15/2020 or any date prior to the new July 15 new due date, they would need to contact their financial institution to stop payment.
If a taxpayer used the web portal, MyTax.dc.gov to remit payment and wants to change their scheduled due date from 4/15/2020 or any date prior to July 15 new due date, they should follow the steps outlined at the following link to cancel a scheduled payment:
Taxpayers who have scheduled payments for April 15th and are requesting that the payments be canceled due to the extended deadline should contact the Department directly at 1-877-423-6711.
Taxpayers will be responsible for reissuing the payment either through the Georgia Tax Center, Credit Card or via check.
In light of the July 15, 2020 filing extension for Illinois income tax returns, the Illinois Department of Revenue would like to inform taxpayers and tax professionals that submitted electronic payments not yet processed by the department may be canceled or rescheduled, but will not automatically be canceled or rescheduled. If the payment has not been processed, you may be able to cancel or reschedule it. You must cancel or reschedule the payment before its scheduled date. Please check the Illinois website link for further information.
Maryland is accommodating Ind & Bus taxpayers in their request to cancel/change Direct Debit Date up to July 15, 2020 on already filed returns. They can e-mail their requests to : TAXPAYERRELIEF@marylandtaxes.gov or firstname.lastname@example.org
The filing deadline for the 2019 Michigan Individual Income Tax Return MI-1040 has been extended to July 15, 2020. This includes any tax due or extension payments. The State of Michigan is not able to change direct debit transaction information from an e-filed return. In the instance you e-filed your return prior to the extension announcement and opted to pay tax balances electronically on or around April 15, 2020, you may contact your financial institution to place a stop payment on the scheduled debit. Fee waiving for an ACH stop payment is determined by each bank or credit union, not the State of Michigan.
Payments will not be automatically rescheduled to July 15, 2020 if you selected to make payment on April 15, 2020. If you do nothing, the payment will be made on the date you chose. If you need to change the scheduled payment date or cancel your payment you will follow the instructions noted below.
If you scheduled your payment through:
E-pay (Using DOR's website)
Log into your e-pay account to change their scheduled payment date or to cancel the payment.
EFW (made with the return)
At least two business days prior to your scheduled payment, contact the DOR by phoneat 800-742-7474 (NE and IA) or 402-471-5729 to cancel the payment. The scheduled payment date cannot be changed. DOR will need the primary taxpayer's full Social Security number for individual income tax payments, or a Nebraska ID number for business income tax payments, and the payment amount.
Contact Official Payments Corporation by phone at 800-2PAY-TAX, (800-272-9829) to change the scheduled payment date or to cancel the payment. DOR recommends that cancelled e-pay, EFW, and credit card payments be rescheduled using the DOR's E-Pay system.
If you have warehoused payments coming out on 4/15/2020, and you want to change the date, you can cancel that payment and reschedule a payment for a later date up thru 7/15/2020. To do this you would have to create an Online Services account if you do not already have one. This can be done by accessing the NYS Online Services account website.
Ohio provides a self-service option for taxpayers to cancel a postdated income tax payment and reschedule with a different date as needed. Via Online Services on tax.ohio.gov, taxpayers can register or log in to their existing account and cancel their future dated estimated, extension or tax due payments. As long as the payment is in a "Pending" status in Online Services, it can be cancelled.
To cancel a payment in "Pending" status, the taxpayer would need to follow the steps below:
Log into Online Services with their User ID and Password. If they do not have a UserID or Password, they may register to create an Online Services account.
Under "Online Services" on the left side of the page, click View / Make Payments.
Select the number of months from the dropdown, then click the Go button.
Under "View Payments", click the cancel button to the right of the payment they wish to cancel.
If taxpayers need guidance with registering for an Online Services account and/or canceling a payment, they can call 1-800-282-1780 or email (available on tax.ohio.gov - from the drop down menu for "Contact Us").
The taxpayer will only be able to cancel their annual or estimated personal income tax payment by contacting the Department of Revenue at least two business days prior to the payment date.
To request an ACH payment cancellation, a request must be submitted by email to email@example.com, or faxed to 717-772-9310. The request must include the taxpayer's name, Social Security number, payment date, and payment amount to be cancelled.
The department does not have the authority to cancel payment dates without consent from the taxpayer. Additionally, the department does not have the ability to reschedule the taxpayer's payment. The taxpayer will need to reschedule the payment for another date once the cancellation is processed.
For taxpayers who scheduled their electronic payments for April 15, 2020, the department is requesting that taxpayers cancel their payments by close of business on Friday, April 10 to ensure there is enough time to process cancellation requests.
For other questions, taxpayers are encouraged to contact the department through its Online Customer Service Center. This is a secure system that allows taxpayers to correspond directly with a department representative.
contact the Utah State Tax Commission at 801-297-2200 or 1-800-662-4335 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request to have their payment cancelled if it is scheduled for April 15 or earlier. You can use the Taxpayer Access Point (https://tap.tax.utah.gov/TaxExpress/_/) to schedule an e-check (no fee) or credit card payment (with fee).