Don’t forget to change your bank info for withholding deposits.

Payroll tax calendar of the day:  Monthly deposits for June are due July 16th; quarterly returns due July 31st.

If your bank was HSBC, don’t forget to change your banking info (routing number and account number if changed) when authorizing payments by phone or on the web.

NYS web payments simply require you to fill in the new info while making the payment.  If you make federal EFTPS payments  by phone,  you will need to register the new info before making a payment.

Call the same phone # as you use for making deposits and select option #3, adding bank info.  You will be prompted to enter your new banking information and you will be given an acknowledgement number and a new pin number.  Use the new pin number to make payments from your new bank.  Remember that the new info will only apply to deposits made with the new pin number; it will not retroactively change any payments authorized with the old pin.

To cancel your old pin number, write that you are cancelling the pin on the notice you received with that pin.  Sign and date the cancellation, then fax to 1-866-568-2493.  You will receive a termination letter for that pin in five to seven business days.

If you need any assistance from EFTPS, call 1-800-555-4477 for customer service.

A few days ago, I posted pictures of the button quail at Lamberton Conservatory.  They also have some nifty turtles.


               Turtle at Lamberton Conservatory

Lamberton has several turtles

And a pair or tortoises.

Lamberton tortoise

Visit the pair of tortoises




About The Old Payroll Tax Lady

Associates Degree in Accounting, over 40 years experience in accounting and payrolls.
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