File and Pay

We have provided some introductory information to assist you in filing and paying your clients’ taxes. Vermont tax returns for individuals, corporate and business income, and fiduciary should be filed electronically, using software of Vermont-certified e-file commercial vendors, although paper filing is an option.

Individuals

Commissioner of Taxes Mandate on E-filing of Individual Income Taxes

Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Commissioner of Taxes has mandated the electronic filing of Vermont Individual Income Taxes. This mandate applies to tax practitioners who prepare more than 25 tax returns per year. The director of the Division of Taxpayer Services will consider a written request for an exemption based on extraordinary circumstances.

Corporate and Business Income

Tax professionals and their corporate and business clients may create an account in Vermont’s secure, online filing service, myVTax, for filing certain types of tax returns for qualifying businesses.

Commissioner of Taxes Mandate on E-filing of Business and Corporate Income Taxes

The Commissioner of Taxes has mandated the electronic filing of Vermont Corporate Income Tax, Business Income Tax, and Fiduciary Income Tax beginning with the 2015 tax year. This mandate applies to tax practitioners who prepare more than 25 tax returns per year. The director of the Division of Taxpayer Services will consider a written request for an exemption based on extraordinary circumstances.

E-Services

Estate and Fiduciary Tax

Property Tax

E-Services