Make a Payment
We offer a number of convenient payment methods for our tax and fee payers to apply toward current and past due liabilities. Usually, customers who are filing a return also make payment at the same time. You can also make payments directly from your bank account, credit card, check, or money order. In addition, some of our customers are required to make payment through an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Read below for more information.
Pay Direct From Your Bank Account (ePay)
To make a payment, or to file your return, log in with your User ID or Express Login. You will need the following bank account information: bank routing number, bank account number, and account type - checking or savings.
You can read our frequently asked questions for more information.
Credit Card Payment**
Read our frequently asked questions for more information.
Check or Money Order**
- Make your check or money order payable to the Board of Equalization.
- Write your Board of Equalization account number on your check or money order.
- Payments can be mailed to:
Board of Equalization
PO Box 942879
Sacramento CA 94279-7072
- The Board of Equalization (BOE) processes your paper check the same day it is received, meaning the funds will be withdrawn from your account on that same day. This has no effect on your ability to file returns or your payment options.
- Log in to make your EFT payment and file your return in one transaction
- Third Party Vendor - Initiate a separate EFT payment through the state data collector
- Frequently Asked Questions
NOTE: If you make your EFT payments for both sales and use tax and the lumber products assessment using the Third Party Vendor payment option, your payments will not be allocated properly and you may need to contact us to properly process your payment. We recommend that you use efile or electronically pay if you are paying your sales and use tax and your lumber products assessment.
**NOTE: If you are a mandatory EFT participant and you use another means (cash, check, credit card, etc.), you will be subject to a penalty.