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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What does MyFTB Account provide?
  2. What business entity types can view payments?
  3. What kinds of payments can I view using this service?
  4. What is an estimated tax/fee payment?
  5. How do I make a payment?

  1. What does MyFTB Account provide?

    MyFTB Account for Businesses provides pre-filing assistance by displaying previously made payments that must be claimed on your business income tax return.

  2. What business entity types can view payments?

    All corporations (including exempt organizations), limited liability companies (LLCs), and partnerships can view payments.

  3. What kinds of payments can I view using this service?

    Corporations:

    • Estimated tax payments (Form 100-ES)
    • Extension payments (Form 3539)
    • Estimate transfers applied from a prior year

    LLCs:

    • Annual tax payments (Form 3522)
    • Estimated fee payments (Form 3536)
    • Estimate transfers applied from a prior year

    Partnerships:

    • Extension payments (Form 3538)
    • Estimate transfers applied from a prior year
  4. What is an estimated tax/fee payment?

    An estimated tax payment is the amount of tax the corporation expects to owe for the taxable year. Use Form 100-ES, Corporation Estimated Tax to find out if you have a requirement to make estimated payments.

    An estimated fee payment is the amount of tax the LLC expects to owe for the taxable year. Use Form 3536, Estimated Fee for LLCs to find out if you have a requirement to make estimated fee payments.

  5. How do I make a payment?

    You can make a payment online using Web Pay for Businesses, by check, money order, or by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

    Note: If paying by check or money order, please attach a copy of the estimated tax or estimated fee voucher.