Vermont Sales Tax is charged on the retail sales of tangible personal property unless exempted by law. The sales tax rate is 6%. Vermont Use Tax is imposed on the buyer at the same rate as the sales tax.
The Department of Taxes determines the filing frequency for each taxpayer. If the listed due date falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the following business day.
Annual Filing Frequency
Return and tax due Jan. 25 following the tax year ending Dec. 31.
Quarterly Filing Frequency
|Quarter Ending||Return and Tax Due|
|March 31||April 25|
|June 30||July 25|
|September 30||October 25|
|December 31||January 25|
Monthly Filing Frequency
You must pay sales tax for the month by the 25th day of the following month. (Exception: January’s payment is due the 23rd day of February.) For example, sales tax for the month of June must be paid by July 25.
Taxpayers may file returns and pay tax due for Sales and Use Tax using myVTax, our free, secure, online filing site. If you pay Sales and Use Tax for multiple locations, or if your total Sales and Use Tax remitted for the year exceeds $100,000, the Commissioner of Taxes has mandated that you must file and pay electronically using myVTax.
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Filing Paper Returns
If you have a single location and cannot file and pay through myVTax, you may still use the paper forms.
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