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Electronic funds transfer (EFT)

Transfer of funds electronically rather than by check or cash. The Federal Reserve's Fedwire and automated clearninghouse services are EFT systems.

Electronic Funds Transfer System

Any computerized system that facilitates a transaction in which money, securities, or some other good changes hands. Examples of electronic funds transfer include receiving cash out of an ATM and placing an order to buy a stock over the telephone.

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95-68 provided that, absent reasonable cause, a taxpayer required to deposit Federal taxes by EFT was subject to the 10% failure-to-deposit penalty if the taxpayer deposited the taxes by means other than EFT.
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Although die IRS regulations requiring EFT were originally written in 1994 and effective in 1995 most taxpayers were unaffected due to the high tax deposit amount thresholds.