Idaho State Tax Commission

News Releases

04-22-2020 State income tax returns are due June 15; e-filing is your best option

04-08-2020 Property tax benefit available for more disabled veterans; application deadline extended to June 15

03-31-2020 Tax Commission warns about coronavirus stimulus payment scams

03-27-2020 Tax Commission closes customer service counters to public; still processing tax returns

03-24-2020 Income tax filing and payment deadline now June 15; property tax relief applications now due June 15.

03-11-2020 Beat the rush—file your income taxes in March for less stress, faster refund

03-05-2020 Looking for the Tax Commission? It’s moved.

03-03-2020 Businesses can e-file state, federal income taxes together

02-27-2020 Track your tax refund online

02-24-2020 Property tax benefit available for 100% disabled veterans

02-20-2020 Identity verification helps protect tax refunds

02-18-2020 Want lower property taxes in 2020? See if you qualify

02-11-2020 Many Idahoans can get free income tax help

02-06-2020 Avoid an unexpected tax bill next year – update your Idaho W-4

02-04-2020 Get a grocery credit refund even if you don’t earn enough to file taxes

01-29-2020 Half a million Idahoans may be able to e-file for free

01-28-2020 Tips to get your Idaho tax refund faster

01-21-2020 File Idaho income tax returns starting Jan. 27

01-08-2020 Get tips on filing taxes at free Tax Season Readiness class in Boise

12-31-2019 Tax Commission renews warning about fraudulent mailings

11-05-2019 Hailey woman sentenced for tax evasion

10-04-2019 OPINION: Exercise your right to decide how much income tax to withhold

10-01-2019 Extended deadline nears for filing income tax returns

09-23-2019 Don’t delay: Update your paycheck withholding at least yearly

09-05-2019 Northern Idaho embezzler sentenced for tax fraud

07-15-2019 Tax Commission’s Boise office in new location July 22

07-02-2019 Bannock County residents can estimate their property taxes at

06-07-2019 Estimate your property taxes at

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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.