Form 200-V: Electronic Filer Payment Voucher Individual (2023)

Form 200-V, also known as the Electronic Filer Payment Voucher Individual, is a document used in the state of Delaware to submit a payment for your individual income tax return when you filed electronically. It helps the Delaware Division of Revenue efficiently match your payment with the return you previously submitted.

What is the Purpose of Form 200-V?

The primary purpose of Form 200-V is to help the Delaware Division of Revenue efficiently match your payment with your previously submitted electronic tax return. This reduces processing time and ensures your payment is credited to the correct account.

Who Should Use Form 200-V?

Use Form 200-V if:

  • You filed your Delaware individual income tax return electronically (e.g., through tax filing software or the state's online portal).
  • You owe taxes after filing your return and want to pay by check or money order.

Who Should Not Use Form 200-V?

Do not use Form 200-V if:

  • You don't have a remaining balance due on your Delaware individual income tax return.
  • You are paying your taxes electronically (e.g., through web pay or credit card).

How to Use Form 200-V?

Step 1: Download the form: Download the latest version of Form 200-V attached below.

Step 2: Complete the form: Print clearly and fill out the following information:

  1. Your Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
  2. Your name (as it appears on your tax return).
  3. The amount you owe (the exact balance due).
  4. Signature and date.

Step 3: Attach the form to your payment: Include the completed Form 200-V with your check or money order made payable to "Delaware Division of Revenue."

Step 4: Mail your payment: Send your completed form and payment to the address: Delaware Division of Revenue, P.O. Box 830, Wilmington, DE 19899-0830

Important Notes About Form 200-V:

  • If your estimated or extension payment exceeds $20,000, or your original tax return shows a tax liability exceeding $80,000, you are required to make all future payments electronically. Form 200-V won't be an option in these cases.
  • There's a 1% noncompliance penalty for failing to make electronic payments when mandatory.

Can I pay electronically without using Form 200-V?

Yes, you can pay your Delaware income tax electronically through the Division of Revenue's website. If you choose this option, you don't need to use Form 200-V.

What if I don't have Form 200-V, can I still mail a payment?

While using Form 200-V is recommended, you can still mail your payment without it. However, be sure to include your Social Security Number, tax year, and amount due on a separate sheet of paper attached to your check or money order.

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