Anyone concerned about the status of their Homestead Declaration or Property Tax Adjustment is encouraged to check the status of their filing. myVTax will tell you whether the Department of Taxes has received your Homestead Declaration or Homestead Declaration with Property Tax Adjustment.
The recent Supreme Court decision in Wayfair v. South Dakota has made the out-of-state vendor provisions of Act 134 of 2016 effective. Certain out-of-state vendors are now required to register with the State of Vermont and collect and remit sales tax beginning July 1, 2018
myVTax makes filing and paying taxes easier, faster, and more convenient. We encourage you to file your taxes electronically online whenever possible. Through myVTax you can also, check the status of a refund, amend account information, and more
Important Update: The Department of Taxes received about 175,000 Homestead Declarations and Property Tax Adjustment Claims, over 50,000 of which have errored in our system, requiring manual review. While we have worked through a substantial portion of those, not all claims were transmitted to towns in time for their July property tax billing. Approximately 75 of Vermont’s 256 towns bill in July. If you reside in one of those towns and were expecting a Property Tax Adjustment or were billed at the non-residential rate on a Homestead property, you will likely be receiving a revised bill in August. There are approximately 4,500 bills that may need to be revised by about 75 towns when a new file is sent. The Department acknowledges and apologizes for the delay in processing these forms. Read more >>