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Sales and Use Tax
Has DRS extended the filing and payment deadlines for sales tax returns? (added 3/30/2020)
Yes, within the parameters outlined below.
What small business taxpayers qualify for this relief? (added 3/30/2020)
Taxpayers that have $150,000 or less in annual Sales Tax liability qualify for an automatic extension of time to file and pay. Similarly, taxpayers that have $150,000 or less in annual Room Occupancy Tax also qualify for this relief. A taxpayer that collects both Sales Tax and Room Occupancy Tax must evaluate each tax separately to determine eligibility for relief.
How does a taxpayer determine if it is a qualified small business? (added 3/30/2020)
Taxpayers are required to utilize a calendar year look back period of January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2019. Any taxpayer that reported $150,000 or less in tax during that period qualifies for the relief.
What returns are covered by this extension? (added 3/30/2020)
The Development Services Department consists of the Building Inspection, Community Development, Economic Development, and Planning and Zoning Divisions. These divisions are responsible for:
- Advocating for business growth
- Building inspections and permits
- Environmental conservation and regulation
- Housing rehabilitation and neighborhood commercial revitalization
- Job creation and desirable private investment
- Plan review
- Zoning enforcement
The Development Services Department also organizes the Enfield’s Regional Farmers Market that runs on Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. starting August 14, 2019 to October 2, 2019 and the Thompsonville Community Garden where planting began on June 8, 2019.