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Department Achievements

Over the past several years, the Department of Taxes has focused on extensive modernization efforts, advancing our technologies, communications with taxpayers, practices, and workforce development.

What We Are Currently Working On

Using Technology to Process Taxes More Efficiently

We have converted many paper tax forms into fillable PDF forms, with many resources now online for filing, paying, and viewing your tax accounts. Our myVTax integrated tax system continues to expand to file and process returns electronically.

Improving Communications with Taxpayers

We continue to assist taxpayers and foster partnerships with Vermont organizations and business trade groups. Our publications, fact sheetsnewsletters, and website help taxpayers stay up-to-date on changes to forms and tax policy. We have developed materials tailored to individual taxpayers, tax practitioners and businesses. The Vermont Tax Advisory Board and Tax Technical Working Group, whose members represent the various stakeholders in our communities, meet regularly with key members of our department to provide feedback for many of our projects.

Capturing Currently Unreported Taxes to Close the Tax Gap

A Tax Gap is the difference between taxes owed to the state and actual taxes paid, as our data warehouse discovers cases where taxpayers owe taxes. Our campaigns for businesses to voluntarily disclose use tax owed, Know What You Owe, and the Top 100 lists of delinquent taxpayers, also bring in revenue owed to the state.

Attracting and Developing the Best Possible Workforce

We continue to support employee training and development and reclassified more than half of departmental positions in committing to our modernization efforts to enhance the taxpayer experience.

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We are dedicated to refining technologies, efficiency, communication, and workforce development, to best, promote departmental growth, and above all, assistance to Vermont taxpayers.