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Montana Department Of Revenue Expands Service As April 18 Tax Deadline Approaches

The Montana Department of Revenue is offering expanded hours at its call center to assist taxpayers during the days before the April 18 deadline for filing income tax returns. Taxpayers who need assistance can call the department’s call center...

 

MT Department Of Revenue Warns Companies of Identity Phishing Scheme Involving W-2s

HELENA – The Montana Department of Revenue is joining the Internal Revenue Service alerting businesses to a phishing email scheme that targets payroll and human resources professionals. The scheme involves an email that purports to be from company...

 

MT Department Of Revenue Mails Thousands Of Livestock Reporting Forms For March 1 Reporting Deadline

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock reporting forms this week to Montanans who own livestock and need to meet upcoming reporting and payment deadlines. About 21,000 Montanans who reported last year will receive...

 

MT Department Of Revenue Sends Personal Property Reporting Information To Businesses

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing out 2016 personal property reporting forms to business owners this week. Business and industrial taxpayers have until March 1, 2016, to report their business equipment or personal property to the...

 

Retailers Need License By January 1 To Sell Alternative Nicotine Or Vapor Products

The Montana Department of Revenue is notifying convenience stores and other retailers about a new law requiring a license by January 1, 2016, to sell alternative nicotine or vapor products. The department is mailing 1,800 postcards to retail outlets...

 

Retailers Need License By January 1 To Sell Alternative Nicotine Or Vapor Products

The Montana Department of Revenue is notifying convenience stores and other retailers about a new law requiring a license by January 1, 2016, to sell alternative nicotine or vapor products. The department is mailing 1,800 postcards to retail outlets...

 

MT Department Of Revenue Notifies Tax Exempt Property Owners To Reapply For Exemption

The Montana Department of Revenue is alerting nonprofit organizations and other tax-exempt property owners that they need to reapply for property tax exemption. A new state law requires owners of tax-exempt real property in exempt status before 2014...

 

Montana Department Of Revenue Joins IRS Awareness Campaign Against Identity Theft & Tax Fraud

HELENA – The Montana Department of Revenue supports the Internal Revenue Service and other states and associations in appealing to the public to take online security precautions. Several agencies launched the public awareness campaign “Taxes,...

 

Online Payment Now Available For Livestock Per Capita Fees

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock per capita fee bills this week. For the first time, livestock owners can pay online at reportyourlivestock.mt.gov. In the past, they could just report online. Payments are due on Nov. 30, either...

 

Department of Revenue Takes Property Reappraisal Information Sessions on the Road

In advance of the 2015 reappraisal cycle, officials from the Montana Department of Revenue will be traveling to 18 different cities and towns throughout Montana to present informational sessions about how the state determines property values. Present...

 

Revenue Department Certifies Property Taxable Values for Montana Counties

The Montana Department of Revenue announces it has successfully completed its annual requirement to certify taxable values of property in the state’s 56 counties. This year, department offices in 52 counties certified the values before the August...

 
 By Mary Ann Dunwell    News    May 7, 2014

Montana Department of Revenue Warns of Email Scam

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue is warning people about a new email scam that could potentially harm computer systems, and steal identities and financial information. These email messages target people in and out of state. They are not...

 

MT Revenue Dept. Encourages Owners of Property Damaged or Destroyed by Flooding to Apply for Tax Relief

The Montana Department of Revenue encourages Montana property owners whose homes are damaged or destroyed by flooding to apply for natural disaster property tax relief. A property owner whose home or outbuildings are partially or totally destroyed...

 

MT Revenue Dept. Encourages Owners of Property Damaged or Destroyed by Flooding to Apply for Tax Relief

The Montana Department of Revenue encourages Montana property owners whose homes are damaged or destroyed by flooding to apply for natural disaster property tax relief. A property owner whose home or outbuildings are partially or totally destroyed...

 

MT Revenue Dept. Averting Tax Fraud from Identity Theft

The nationwide increase in identify theft has led to a jump in fraudulent tax returns, making tax fraud one of the fastest growing crimes in the country. These fraudulently filed refund requests contain fictitious and stolen identity information....

 

New Montana Law Makes It Easier To Order Wine Directly From Wineries

The Montana Department of Revenue’s Liquor Control Division would like to notify wine consumers about a new law that eliminates the requirement to have a connoisseur’s license to order wine directly from wineries. The law took effect October 1....

 

Taxpayers Who File Electronically Receive State Refund In Matter Of Days

Taxpayers who file their state taxes electronically are getting their state refunds in about four to five days. The brief amount of time it takes the Montana Department of Revenue (DOR) to issue refunds on electronic returns underscores the benefit...

 

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