If you cannot use any of the EFT payment methods, or make promised payments by EFT due to a hardship, you must complete an EFT Waiver Request form at least 30 days before your payment due date. The waiver is granted at the discretion of the Commissioner of Finance based on many factors, including the nature of the hardship and the length of time requested. If the waiver is granted, you will not have to pay using EFT; however, you must still pay your property taxes by mail or by visiting a Finance Business Center.
Penalties For Not Filing by EFT If Required
If you do not file a waiver request, or if your waiver request is denied and you do not make the required EFT payment, we can issue you a warning notice on all payments that should have been made by EFT. Interest is also charged on both the unpaid taxes and the penalty. If you do not pay your taxes in full, your property may be put into a tax lien sale.
For more information download Finance Memorandum 05-2-R (Mandatory Payment of Real Property Taxes by Electronic Funds Transfer.
For help with EFT payments and technical information, visit NYCePay.
If your combined property taxes for all of your properties is $300,000 or more, than you must pay by EFT.
You should always print the confirmation at the end of a successful transaction for your records. This will serve as proof that that you paid on time.
Beginning November 9th, 2018, we are changing the City's routing number and bank account number when making Fedwire or ACH Credit payments for real estate taxes. Please make note of our new ABA routing number 021000021, bank account number 327199086, SWIFT code CHASUS33, JPMorgan Chase Bank, New York NY 10004. If you have recurring Fedwire or ACH Credit payments, you will need to update them as well. To make a payment, you must have the Wire number, amount, date, and the name on the person initiating the payment.