Vincent may have wiser words, but I will start:
In Photoshop View>Proof Setup>Custom>â€˜Device to Simulateâ€™ you should choose the Epson paper profile you will use (eg semi-gloss heavyweight, which will be the same as selected in Print with Preview) 'Preserve RGB Numbers' should not be checked, Rendering Intent either Perceptual (best for general printing) or Relative Colorimetric, both with 'Black Point Compensation' checked. 'Preview' obviously should always be checked (or unchecked to see the difference) People generally ignore Simulate Paper Color and Simulate Black Ink, but play around with all these settings.
When you go to Print With Preview select 'Let Photoshop Determine Colors', with Printer Profile the Epson paper profile (same as used in Proof Setup) Rendering Intent again the same as Proof (but usually Perceptual)
When you get to the Epson 1400 screen you must turn ICM colour management Off ('No Color Adjustment') otherwise you are double profiling the print.
If the print still doesnâ€™t match the screen, one of the devices in your chain is out of adjustment â€“ either the original printer, which you may have grown used to, or the monitor. If the 1400, paper profiles, and Photoshop are all set up correctly, then â€˜ghastly yellowâ€™ is the way the image is.
Have you tried downloading Vincentâ€™s test image from his printer reviews? If this prints ok with all the settings above, but looks wrong on your screen, then unless you monitor is calibrated, try adjusting it to match the print.