The NonProfit Times published an article by Tax Director Marla Esan, about the need for most private foundations to reactive their EFTPS accounts to ensure timely tax payments.
The NonProfit Times
By Marla Esan, Director, Tax & Business Services
Unless the taxpayer has been actively using its EFTPS account during the past 18 months, their EFTPS account will have been deactivated by the Treasury for “enhanced security purposes…” Be mindful that your EFTPS account must be kept active to avoid permanent deactivation of the account by Treasury. Remaining active can include logging in to make tax payments, checking tax payment history, making tax payments in advance (allowed for up to 365 days), modifying profile or banking information, or changing your password.