Tax payments overview

You may pay your federal taxes online through UltraBranch Business Edition. A variety of tax forms are available and you can save templates to make future tax payments even easier.

Making tax payments

You can pay all your federal taxes online, and even set up weekly or monthly installments, but first you need to be enrolled with the IRS’s Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS). If you are not already enrolled, you can do this online at the EFTP (www.eftps.gov) site anytime. It takes just a few minutes to enroll, but will take the IRS up to fifteen business days to process the enrollment and send you verification.

When you enroll, you should select “EFTPS – Through a Financial Institution” as your payment method. You’ll also need to provide:

Once you have received confirmation from the IRS/EFTPS that you are enrolled, you can make tax payments through UltraBranch Business Edition in three easy steps.

About transaction timing

A tax payment must be scheduled and funded by 10:59 a.m. Alaska Time at least one full business day before it can be received by the IRS.

Ex: If a business submits a tax payment and has the funds available before 10:59 a.m. Alaska Time on Monday, the IRS will receive the funds on Tuesday. If the payment is submitted after 10:59 a.m. Alaska Time on Monday, the IRS will receive the funds on Wednesday.

Tax limits and permissions

The ability to make tax payments electronically is convenient. As with all forms of electronic payments, UltraBranch Business Edition employs a number of safeguards to help you manage your finances.

Getting started

Click the “Payments and Transfers” tab at the top of the page. Then click the “Tax” navigation link below it.