The Idaho Tax Commission is looking to save some paper and thousands of dollars by not mailing out paper returns to businesses that file that usually file sales tax returns electronically.
“This change will save the state more than $22,000 a year in mailing and printing costs,” said Dan John, tax policy supervisor for the tax commission. “It will also reduce the amount of paper we use.”
Retailers or individuals that have electronically filed their sales tax returns for six straight months or two consecutive quarters won’t receive paper returns, starting with forms for April. The tax commission has a calendar on its website listing due dates for monthly and quarterly sales tax filers. Most sales tax due dates fall on the 20th of the month.