Idaho State Tax Commission

Idaho State Tax Commission

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Temporary Seller's Permits, an introduction

Do you make sales in Idaho but don't have a Seller's Permit? Are you working with a promoter (have a booth at a big event)? Learn about Temporary Seller's Permits and Promoter-sponsored Events.

Watch Temporary Seller's Permits, an introduction on our YouTube channel.

Published 06-16-2012 | Direct link

How to get your payment applied correctly

Following these tips will help us get your payments applied to your account without delay.

For electronic (online) payments, you may use ACH debit through our Taxpayer Access Point -- or credit/debit card or e-check payments. Visit http://tax.idaho.gov/epay

Watch How to get your payment applied correctly on our YouTube channel.

Published 03-29-2012 | Direct link

Changes in the new TAP

Learn about some of the changes to Taxpayer Access Point (TAP), launching in early November 2011.

Watch Changes in the new TAP on our YouTube channel.

Published 11-01-2011 | Direct link

Sign up to e-file

How to sign up to e-file your sales, sales-related, withholding, and IFTA taxes with Idaho, online.

Watch Sign up to e-file on our YouTube channel.

Published 09-16-2011 | Direct link

Right Track - Pt. 5: E-filing

"Starting Your Business on the Right Track" is a five-part, self-paced course (Flash™ video) covering the basic tax requirements for Idaho businesses. Each part takes about 10-30 minutes to view, with the total course easily completed in an hour and a half.

This is Part 5: E-filing

(This Online Learning item is out of date and is no longer available. Please contact us if you have any questions.)

Published 04-29-2011 | Direct link

Right Track - Pt. 4: Sales & Use Tax Exemptions & Exemption Forms

"Starting Your Business on the Right Track" is a five-part, self-paced course (Flash™ video) covering the basic tax requirements for Idaho businesses. Each part takes about 10-30 minutes to view, with the total course easily completed in an hour and a half.

This is Part 4: Sales & Use Tax Exemptions & Exemption Forms

(This Online Learning item is out of date and is no longer available. Please contact us if you have any questions.)

Published 04-28-2011 | Direct link

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