How to find irs pin number

First time to e-pay 940 and 941/944:

          For NEW BUSINESSES that started in and after 2011:

  1. You should have received a letter from the IRS with your four-digit EFTPS PIN.
    • If you didn't, call 1.800.555.4477 and provide your EIN to get your PIN. This is the only situation in which PINs are given over the phone. It is because you haven't yet added banking information to your enrollment.
  2. Call 1.800.555.3453 to activate your enrollment. You'll be asked to enter your EIN, PIN, banking information, and a contact phone number. You'll receive your 18-digit enrollment number, which can be used in creating your Internet password.
IMPORTANT! If you choose to verify the bank account information it will delay making a payment for 6-10 business days. If you choose not to have the bank account number verified, you can begin making payments immediately after all activation steps have been completed. You are responsible for the accuracy of the number entered. If it is incorrect, the financial institution may return the payment and you may incur an IRS penalty for late payment.  For more information, see EFTPS Express Enrollment for New Businesses
  • Go to www.eftps.com and click the LOGIN tab.
  • Click the Need a Password link.
  • Enter the information needed (EIN, 4-digit EFTPS

    PIN, bank account or last eight digits of your enrollment number), and continue with the process to create your Internet Password.

    IMPORTANT! Keep the 4-digit EFTPS PIN and the Internet Password.  You will need to enter these credentials everytime you submit an e-payment in QuickBooks.

  •           For OLD BUSINESSES that started prior to 2011:

    1. Go to EFTPS.gov and click the ENROLLMENT tab. Follow the instructions to submit your enrollment.
    2. Within 7 to 10 business days. you will receive your PIN and enrollment number via U.S. Mail.
    Note: If you need to schedule a payment before you receive your PIN, call the IRS at 1.800.555.4477 two business days after completing your enrollment. If the information you provided matched IRS records, an agent can take your payment. For security reasons, the agent will not be able to give you the PIN over the phone.
  • When you receive your 4-digit EFTPS PIN, go back to EFTPS.gov .
  • Click the LOGIN tab.
  • Enter the information needed (EIN, 4-digit EFTPS PIN, bank account or last eight digits of your enrollment number), and continue with the process to create your Internet Password.

    IMPORTANT! Keep the 4-digit EFTPS PIN and the Internet Password. You will need to enter these credentials everytime you submit an e-payment in QuickBooks.

  • Source: payroll.intuit.com

    Category: Taxes

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