Generally, tax bills are sent to businesses that have not filed returns, have not paid the full tax amount, or have not made sufficient estimated payments. Here is some information that can help you understand what you owe.
Here Is an Overview Of What You Can Expect To See On Your Tax Bill
The first image is a Statement of Account example
This second image is an example of an itemization of the total past due amount
When Are Bills Generated?
Tax bills are generated monthly and sent through the U.S. Postal Service to the business address on file. If you are expecting a bill and have not received one, please contact us.
What You Owe
All tax types will appear on one bill. For example, if you owe sales and use tax and corporate income tax, they will both appear on the same bill.
Interest, Penalties, and Fees
Your tax bill may include additional charges for penalties and interest. For more details, refer to late returns and payments.
Information to gather if you are going to call about a bill:
In order for our staff to best assist you if you have questions about your bill, please review the statement and the financial details of your return. If you believe you have made payments that the Department is not crediting, find out the dates, amounts, and forms.
How to Pay
Corporate and business income payments must be paid through myVTax. You will need the following information to make a payment:
- Business Name
- Tax Payer ID Type
- Account Type
- Filing Period and date of the debt you are paying off
Location and Hours
For your convenience, we accept payments Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at our taxpayer assistance window located on the 1st floor at 133 State Street, Montpelier, VT.
We accept cash, checks, or money orders only. Your checks need to be made out to the Vermont Department of Taxes and please include your Business Tax Account number.