New Mobile Application Allows Taxpayers to Easily Make ePayments

Calling all owners of iPhones, Androids and other mobile devices.

The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) is offering a free application, BOE ePay, that allows owners of most mobile devices to make payments to their BOE tax and fee accounts, announced BOE Chairman Jerome E. Horton. BOE ePay provides a fast, easy, safe and convenient new way to do business.

“The new mobile application is another sign of the Board of Equalization’s momentum in continuously improving the taxpayer experience by providing interactive services,” said Horton.

BOE ePay enables taxpayers to use their credit card, checking or savings account to make ePayments, view their ePayment history and register and manage their eClient account. Taxpayers must register as an eClient to use all application features. An Express Login code is available to taxpayers who simply want to make ePayments.

To see BOE ePay in action, check out the video and find the application here: Blackberry and other mobile devices can use BOE ePay as long as they have a web browser other than Internet Explorer.

The application is the latest created by the BOE. Another application allows taxpayers to find the sales tax rate of any jurisdiction and locate their district office. These applications are another way the BOE is using increasingly sophisticated technology to make it easier for Californians to comply with tax laws and regulations.■

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