Arizona – Free Tax Preparation and Assistance Options for Individual Income Taxpayers

Individuals needing additional support during tax filing season can benefit from the following free tax filing services that are available: AARP Foundation Tax-Aide – Offers free assistance to individuals 50 and older who cannot afford a tax preparation service to file Continue reading Arizona – Free Tax Preparation and Assistance Options for Individual Income Taxpayers

Arizona – Adult Use Marijuana File and Pay Collection Begins

Adult use marijuana dispensaries must remit transaction privilege tax (TPT) and marijuana excise tax (MET) to the Arizona Department of Revenue. Marijuana establishments are liable for retail TPT and MET on adult use marijuana products immediately upon being licensed by Continue reading Arizona – Adult Use Marijuana File and Pay Collection Begins

Arizona – ADOR Discontinues Mailing of Form TPT-EZ in February 2021

The Arizona Department of Revenue has taken another step to deliver faster and more cost-effective tax service for Arizonans. Beginning February 1, 2021, the department will stop mailing paper TPT returns to customers. Taxpayers receiving pre-populated Form TPT-EZ through the mail can file Continue reading Arizona – ADOR Discontinues Mailing of Form TPT-EZ in February 2021

North Dakota – Taxpayer Access Point Now Open For Business Preregistration

SALT Report 3452 – North Dakota’s new electronic filing system, Taxpayer Access Point (TAP), is now available for preregistration.  TAP will be available for use on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at which time the previous online filing system, WebFile, will Continue reading North Dakota – Taxpayer Access Point Now Open For Business Preregistration

North Dakota – Current Electronic Filing System To Be Replaced By Taxpayer Access Point

SALT Report 3443 – North Dakota’s current electronic filing system for sales and use tax returns, WebFile, is to be replaced by Taxpayer Access Point (TAP).  All taxpayers using WebFile will need to complete the conversion process before September 9, Continue reading North Dakota – Current Electronic Filing System To Be Replaced By Taxpayer Access Point

South Dakota – Collection Allowance Credit Available Beginning January 1, 2014

SALT Report 3163 – According to the South Dakota Department of Revenue “Beginning January 1, 2014, if you file and pay your sales tax return electronically and on time, you will receive a collection allowance.  The filing allowance will be Continue reading South Dakota – Collection Allowance Credit Available Beginning January 1, 2014

Illinois – Changes to Form ST-556 Filing Process

SALT Report 2839 – The Illinois Department of Revenue issued an informational bulletin that discusses recent changes to Form ST-556 Filing Processes for sales and use tax purposes.  The bulletin states that, beginning October 1, 2013 the three-part, pin-fed ST-556 Continue reading Illinois – Changes to Form ST-556 Filing Process

North Dakota – Requirement to Electronically File Monthly Returns

SALT Report 2359 – On April 8, 2013 the Kentucky Governor signed a Bill that requires retailers to file their monthly sales and use tax returns electronically. A retailer that does not comply with the requirement to file their returns Continue reading North Dakota – Requirement to Electronically File Monthly Returns

Ohio – Use Tax Electronic Filing Rule Adopted

1/29/2013 SALT Report 2089 – The Ohio Department of Taxation has adopted a rule that requires taxpayers to electronically file and pay their consumer’s use tax. Effective February 1, 2013 taxpayers must file their return and pay any use tax due us… Continue reading Ohio – Use Tax Electronic Filing Rule Adopted

Indiana – Electronic Filing by Practitioners

SALT Report 2037 – The Indiana Department of Revenue issued a reminder that tax practitioners must have a power of attorney on file in order to register or maintain a client’s INtax account. Once that is done, the practitioner can correspond with … Continue reading Indiana – Electronic Filing by Practitioners