DOR has just posted on its website a report on the amount of MA personal income tax paid and the number of taxpayers who paid it from across the 50 states. Topping the list, not surprisingly, is New Hampshire, where 88,061 Granite State residents who work in Massachusetts paid …Continue Reading Taxpayers from across the 50 states pay MA income tax
DOR Commissioner Amy Pitter wrote today that she is committed to improving the settlement and appeals processes currently in place. Her comments were posted on the DOR 360 section of DOR's web site. "I am committed to resolving tax disputes as efficiently and as early as …Continue Reading DOR working to improve settlement and appeals processes
About one-million tax filers have yet to file their return as the filing season enters the homestretch. With state — and federal — income taxes due on April 17th (thanks to Patriots Day in Massachusetts on April 16 and Emancipation Day in Washington D.C. also …Continue Reading April 17 tax filing deadline a week away; 1M tax returns due
Posted by: Robert Bliss, Director of Communication, Department of Revenue DOR released its March revenue report yesterday in which there were two story lines. The monthly revenue report includes both a review of the month, with a comparison to the same month a …Continue Reading March revenue better than last year but less than forecast
It is now getting close to procrastination time. Both state and federal income taxes this year are due on April 17 — and with two weeks to go, nearly 1.3 million tax filers out of an estimated 3.4 million have yet to file their MA …Continue Reading Clock ticking on 1.3 million waiting to file tax returns
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