Idaho State Tax Commission

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10-20-2021 Farmers, ranchers affected by drought have more time to replace livestock and defer tax

09-30-2021 Extended deadline nears for filing income tax returns

09-15-2021 Idaho grants tax relief to victims of Hurricane Ida

09-13-2021 Tax Update for Fall 2021

09-07-2021 2021 income tax draft forms: We want your feedback!

08-18-2021 Track your tax rebate at tax.idaho.gov

08-16-2021 Take our website survey, help us improve your visitor experience

08-11-2021 Is the Tax Commission sending emails about the tax rebate?

08-03-2021 Meridian man sentenced to prison for tax evasion

07-22-2021 Wine and beer tax return changes

07-20-2021 Beware of new tax scam

07-15-2021 Tax rebates are coming!

07-14-2021 Withholding tables updated for 2021

07-08-2021 Property tax estimator adds more counties

06-25-2021 Estimate your property taxes at tax.idaho.gov

06-04-2021 Beware of fraudulent mailing scam

05-13-2021 Need an extension to file your Idaho income tax return?

05-11-2021 Tax Commission opens Lewiston office on May 17

05-11-2021 Tax Commission open regular hours in Coeur d’Alene on May 17

05-11-2021 Tax Commission open regular hours in Twin Falls on May 17

05-11-2021 Tax Commission extends May 17 hours in eastern Idaho offices

05-10-2021 Tax Commission offers curbside service in Boise on May 17

05-06-2021 Time’s running out to apply for property tax relief

05-04-2021 Six tips for filing Idaho taxes

04-30-2021 Meridian man pleads guilty to tax evasion

04-29-2021 More Idahoans qualify for property tax deferral in 2021

04-22-2021 Some taxpayers must provide more info to get refunds

04-15-2021 Beat the rush—file your income taxes now for less stress, faster refund

04-08-2021 Identity verification letters help protect tax refunds

04-08-2021 Idaho and federal filing deadlines differ for trust, estate returns

03-25-2021 Idaho’s income tax, property tax relief applications deadlines extended to May 17

03-24-2021 Reporting unemployment benefits, Rebound Idaho grants

03-22-2021 New law changes what pandemic-related income is taxable

03-19-2021 Idaho’s income tax deadline remains April 15

03-16-2021 Grocery credit refunds on the way for Form 24 filers

03-11-2021 Property tax benefit available for qualifying disabled veterans

03-09-2021 Track your tax refund online

03-04-2021 Want your property taxes reduced in 2021? See if you qualify

03-02-2021 Businesses can e-file state, federal income taxes together

02-26-2021 Idaho grants tax relief to victims of Texas, Oklahoma winter storms

02-25-2021 Get a grocery credit refund even if you don’t earn enough to file taxes

02-23-2021 Tips to get your Idaho tax refund faster

02-18-2021 New scam email impersonating IRS tries to steal tax pros’ EFINs

02-17-2021 600,000 Idahoans may be able to e-file for free

02-11-2021 Idaho to start taking income tax returns Feb. 12

01-26-2021 Tax Commission appeals state court decision to SCOTUS

01-25-2021 Employers: 2020 withholding forms due Feb. 1

01-19-2021 File Idaho income tax returns starting Feb. 12

01-15-2021 New deduction for home savings starts with 2020 returns

01-14-2021 Webinar offers tips for filing 2020 income taxes

12-30-2020 Vehicle inspections to begin for dyed (untaxed) diesel

12-09-2020 Taxpayer Access Point now even easier to use

12-02-2020 Heads-Up: Jobless benefits, pandemic grants and bonuses are taxable

11-30-2020 TAP upgrade coming

11-05-2020 New income ranges for IRA eligibility in 2021

10-27-2020 Virtual Scam Jam offers tips for protecting yourself from scams and fraud

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This information is for general guidance only. Tax laws are complex and change regularly. We can't cover every circumstance in our guides. This guidance may not apply to your situation. Please contact us with any questions. We work to provide current and accurate information. But some information could have technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. If there's a conflict between current tax law and this information, current tax law will govern.