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Clearing House) Debit – The ACH debit method allows you to
transfer funds by authorizing us to electronically debit (electronically
withdraw funds from) your bank account for the amount you report using our
Columbus Revenue Information Service Portal (CRISP) system. Your account will
be debited ONLY upon your initiation, ONLY for the amount you specify, and ONLY
on the date you specify. To ensure a successful transaction, check with your
banking partner to determine if you have a debit blocker in place.
– ACH Credit is a banking term that applies to the electronic transfer of funds
in which you, the customer, initiate the transaction by instructing your bank
to transfer funds from your bank account to the City. Your banking institution
may require you to install software on your computer to create a file that the
bank can use to process the ACH-Credit transaction. There may be fees charged
to you by your banking institution for costs associated with processing each
All taxpayers are eligible to be EFT taxpayers.
To use the ACH Debit method, you may go to our Columbus Revenue Information
Service Portal (CRISP) and either log in to your existing account using your
email address and password or make a non-logged-in payment by clicking on “Make
a Payment” on the home page.
For the ACH Credit method, you will have to
work with your financial institution before initiating these transactions. The
Electronic Funds Transfer Guide, found on our website, will provide the
information and format needed by your financial institution, so they may initiate
ACH credit transactions on your behalf.