Electronic Services for Businesses

Electronic Payment Methods

The North Carolina Department of Revenue accepts three electronic payment methods.  The e-Business Center offers bank draft and credit/debit card payment options. The third payment option is ACH Credit.

This Electronic Payment Method Chart shows differences to help you decide which method is best for your business.

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Bank Draft

Credit/Debit Card

ACH Credit

How to Initiate

e-Business Center-
Taxpayer initiates through the e-Business Center.

e-Business Center-
Taxpayer initiates through the e-Business Center.

Financial Institution-
Taxpayer initiates with your financial institution.

Cost to Taxpayer

No additional processing fees apply. 

$2.00 for every $100.00 increment of your tax payment. 

Taxpayer pays any processing fees charged by your financial institution. 

Features Offered

  • Secure login
  • Ability to store information in e-Business Center.
  • View returns and payments filed through the e-Business Center.
  • Share access to employees and professionals such as attorneys or accountants.
  • Ability to cancel payment.
  • Ability to warehouse payment.
  • Secure login
  • Ability to store information in e-Business Center.
  • View returns and payments filed through the e-Business Center.
  • Share access to employees and professionals such as attorneys or accountants.

 

Contact your financial institution to determine if the ACH Credit payment method is available.

Payment Transfer Request Deadlines

5:30 p.m., ET, on the business day before the payment is due.  Warehousing up to 60 days also available.

5:30 p.m., ET, on the business day before the payment is due.

Varies, check with your financial institution.  At the latest we suggest submission one business day before the payment is due. 

Additional Requirements

Register to use e-Business Center.

Register to use e-Business Center.

Register by submitting EFT-100C, allow time for NCDOR to approve.