"Making Windows of Opportunity"
P: 610-444-1215
F: 610-444-1635
115 South Broad Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
P: 302-478-9515
F: 302-478-0262
3801 Kennett Pike
Building C, Ste. 100
Greenville, DE 19807

Paying Federal Estimated Taxes Online through EFTPS

Here’s how it works with EFTPS:


By 8:00 p.m. ET at least one calendar day prior to your tax
due date, you log in, enter your tax payment information, review the
information, and click “Make a Payment” to initiate the payment.
You will receive an immediate confirmation of your instructions that you can
print out as a receipt of your payment instructions.


Per your instructions, EFTPS will automatically debit your
indicated bank or credit union account and will transfer the funds to the
U.S. Treasury on the date you indicate, and your tax records will be updated
at the IRS.


That’s it. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week you can access this
site and initiate all your federal tax payments from the convenience of your
home or office.

But you must enroll first.

Before you enroll in EFTPS, you’ll need to
have some information ready:

  • Your Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN). For individuals, this is your SSN
    (Social Security Number).
  • Your financial institution information
    • your financial institution’s RTN
    • your account number
    • your account type (checking or savings).

Go to:

EFTPS Online

  • Click on “Enrollment”
  • Accept Privacy Notice
  • Click on “Individual”

Enter and verify all information. After your information is
validated, you will be presented with an Enrollment Confirmation page that
includes an Enrollment Trace Number. Print this page for your records.

  • Your confirmation materials will be created and mailed within 15 business days
    to the primary contact name and address you indicate.
  • Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) and instructions on how to obtain
    your Internet Password will be mailed to your official IRS address of
    record (this is the address that appears on your tax return or IRS






Our Kennett Square and Greenville offices are following the current guidelines in place regarding closing/reopening. Most of our staff have been working from home since March and will continue to do so throughout the upcoming tax season.

We intend to continue to answer the phones, however, we may need to utilize the automated attendant from time to time. Calls to staff working from home will be forwarded to their cell phones. Please be considerate of the time you call as the forwarding cannot be turned off outside of working hours.

We are committed to practicing physical and social distancing.

Client appointments can be scheduled on a limited basis, and masks will be required. We continue to encourage client meetings by phone or video.

We will continue to utilize our secure online portal to exchange documents. We will also accept paper documents in our Delaware office during business hours or through the mail slot in the Kennett office.

Thank you,

Chad Fenstermacher