Electronic Services for Individual Income
There are three options to pay Kansas Individual Income Estimated Tax (K-40ES) electronically:
Electronic Funds Transfer
Taxpayers filing Kansas Individual Income Estimated Tax (K-40ES) have the opportunity to submit quarterly payments through the fast, safe and secure method of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). You can initiate your payment 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can make a single payment or you have the option of setting up a schedule of multiple quarterly payments. This allows you to set up your estimated tax payments early but not have the money withdrawn from your bank account until it is due.
Your payment is made electronically as an Automated Clearing House (ACH) Debit. ACH Debit means you give the Department of Revenue authorization to electronically transfer the amount of your tax payment from your bank account to the state.
To make or schedule Individual Income Estimated Tax payments:
- Dial toll-free, 1-866-450-6490 and listen for the prompts
- Enter your Social Security number
- Enter your assigned seven digit Personal Identification Number (PIN)
- Enter whole dollar amounts of your estimated tax payment only - do not include cents.
- Enter your bank account number and the nine digit routing number
When you complete your payment transaction, you will be given a confirmation number. The confirmation number is verification your payment has been made. Paying by EFT debit does not give the state authorization to withdraw funds from your account other than the amounts you have approved. Contact the EFT Support Unit at 1-800-525-3901 for additional information.
Taxpayers also have the option to remit their Kansas Individual Income Tax Estimated Tax (K-40ES) by credit card via the Internet through third-party vendors. Payment options vary by vendor. A convenience fee is charged by the vendor based on the amount of tax being paid. Credit card transactions are strictly between the vendor and the taxpayer. Any disputes specific to card payments are between the taxpayer and the vendor. Rules regarding the credit card transactions are available at the vendors' web site. For additional information about credit card payments and a list of participating vendors, see the Credit Card Payments FAQ page.