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Last Updated: 10/26/2017

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  • Do I have to pay electronically?Back to top

    ​You must generally pay all Minnesota business taxes electronically if you paid more than $10,000 of any one business tax during the previous fiscal year (July 1 – June 30).

    For more information, see Electronic Payment Requirements for Business

  • What is a payment agreement?Back to top

    ​If you owe taxes, pay as much as possible with your tax return. If you can’t pay in full, you may request a payment agreement for the remaining balance once you receive a tax bill from the department.

    For more information, see Payment Agreements.

  • How do I set up a payment agreement?Back to top

    ​We can set up payment agreements for both individuals and businesses.  But the process and forms are different. For details, see Requesting a Payment Agreement.

    In some cases, we may deny your request for payment agreement, or cancel an agreement after it begins. For details, see Denying or Canceling a Payment Agreement.

    Note: If you owe a tax debt, we charge a $50 fee to set up a new payment agreement. This non-refundable fee is added to what you owe and figured into the agreement.

    See Payment Agreements for more information.

  • How do I set up an electronic funds transfer (EFT)?Back to top

    ​You can have the department electronically withdraw funds from your checking or savings account on a specified date.

    To set up an EFT, log in to e-Services or call us at 651-556-3003 or 1-800-657-3909.

  • What is a bank wire?Back to top

    ​​You can authorize a direct transfer from your bank account to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

    For information on how to make a bank wire transfer, call us at 651-556-3003 or 1-800-657-3909.

  • What is an electronic funds transfer or EFT?Back to top

    ​​An electronic funds transfer is when you ask the ​Department of Revenue to electronically withdraw funds from your checking or savings account on a specified date.