The Office of Tax and Revenue

The Office of Tax and Revenue The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) is committed to making it easier for you to file your District tax return, receive your refund or pay amounts owed, and get the help and information you need.
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MyTax.DC.gov Tutorials and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Are Available for Taxpayers. Learn more here: https://mytax...
12/15/2020
MyTax.DC.gov Tutorials and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Are Available for Taxpayers

MyTax.DC.gov Tutorials and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Are Available for Taxpayers.

Learn more here: https://mytaxdc.wordpress.com/2020/12/15/mytax-dc-gov-tutorials-and-frequently-asked-questions-faqs-are-available-for-taxpayers/

The Office of Tax and Revenue has unveiled new services to include the addition of real property tax functions at MyTax.DC.gov. The agency has created a series of tutorials and FAQs to help taxpaye…

We're live at noon! Join us to learn more about how to prepare for the upcoming filing season! #DCOTR #OTA #YourVoiceAtO...
12/11/2020

We're live at noon! Join us to learn more about how to prepare for the upcoming filing season! #DCOTR #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR

Effective December 16 real property tax payments can no longer be made at Wells Fargo Bank branches.  Payments can be re...
12/08/2020
Effective December 16, Real Property Tax Payments Can No Longer Be Made at Wells Fargo Bank Branches | otr

Effective December 16 real property tax payments can no longer be made at Wells Fargo Bank branches.

Payments can be remitted at our online portal, MyTax.DC.gov, or mailed, via US Postal Service.

Read more: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/effective-december-16-real-property-tax-payments-can-no-longer-be-made-wells-fargo-bank

Payments can be remitted at MyTax.DC.gov, or mailed, via US Postal Service.

OTR’s taxpayer advocate is back today at noon! Join us live to learn more about the available options for paying your ou...
12/04/2020

OTR’s taxpayer advocate is back today at noon! Join us live to learn more about the available options for paying your outstanding tax liability.

#DCOTR #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR

Want to learn about your options for paying an outstanding liability? Join OTR’s taxpayer advocate tomorrow on IG Live. ...
12/03/2020

Want to learn about your options for paying an outstanding liability? Join OTR’s taxpayer advocate tomorrow on IG Live. (@MyTaxDC) The conversation begins at noon!

#DCOTR #OTA ##yourvoiceatotr

Do you have an outstanding liability with the Office of Tax and Revenue?Join OTR’s taxpayer advocate this Friday on IG L...
11/30/2020

Do you have an outstanding liability with the Office of Tax and Revenue?

Join OTR’s taxpayer advocate this Friday on IG Live to learn about payment options. The conversation begins at 12 pm.

FYI- If you missed the November 20 session, head over to our Instagram (@mytaxdc) to catch the replay.

#OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR

We’re making improvements to MyTax.DC.gov! Beginning 5 pm Friday, December 4 through 7 am Monday, December 7, MyTax.DC.g...
11/30/2020

We’re making improvements to MyTax.DC.gov! Beginning 5 pm Friday, December 4 through 7 am Monday, December 7, MyTax.DC.gov will not be available.

During this time, you will not be able to complete any transactions. Services will resume at 7 am Monday, December 7. Thank you for your patience during this brief interruption.

The Office of Tax and Revenue will be closed on Thursday, November 26 in observance of Thanksgiving Day. OTR will resume...
11/25/2020

The Office of Tax and Revenue will be closed on Thursday, November 26 in observance of Thanksgiving Day. OTR will resume its normal operating schedule on Friday, November 27.

FYI- Online services are available 24/7 via MyTax.DC.gov.

11/20/2020

The first session of our Lunch and Learn with OTR’s Taxpayer Advocate series kicks off in just 30 minutes. Meet us on Instagram (@MyTaxDC.) #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

Need help understanding your tax bill? Lunch and Learn with OTR’s Taxpayer Advocate today at noon via Instagram Live (@m...
11/20/2020

Need help understanding your tax bill? Lunch and Learn with OTR’s Taxpayer Advocate today at noon via Instagram Live (@mytaxdc.) We look forward to your participation! #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

The Office of Tax and Revenue
11/19/2020

The Office of Tax and Revenue

You’ve got questions, and OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Don’t forget to join us on Instagram live at noon this Friday, November 20 for a discussion about billing. #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

You’ve got questions, and OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Don’t forget to join us on Instagram live at noon this Fr...
11/18/2020

You’ve got questions, and OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Don’t forget to join us on Instagram live at noon this Friday, November 20 for a discussion about billing. #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

Need help understanding your District of Columbia tax bill? OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Join us at 12pm this Fr...
11/18/2020

Need help understanding your District of Columbia tax bill? OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Join us at 12pm this Friday (Nov 20) via Instagram Live (@MyTaxDC) to learn more about OTR’s billing process. #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

Need help understanding your District of Columbia tax bill? OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Join us at 12pm this Fr...
11/16/2020

Need help understanding your District of Columbia tax bill?

OTR’s taxpayer advocate has answers! Join us at 12pm this Friday (Nov 20) via Instagram Live (@MyTaxDC) to learn more about OTR’s billing process. #OTA #YourVoiceAtOTR #MyTaxDC

OTR to Hold Its Annual Tax Practitioner’s Institute Workshop Virtually on January 12, 2021. The workshop will focus on w...
11/06/2020
OTR to Hold Its Annual Tax Practitioner’s Institute Workshop Virtually on January 12, 2021 | otr

OTR to Hold Its Annual Tax Practitioner’s Institute Workshop Virtually on January 12, 2021.

The workshop will focus on what’s new for the upcoming filing season as well as tax law and form changes.

Click here to register: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/otr-hold-its-annual-tax-practitioner%E2%80%99s-institute-workshop-virtually-january-12-2021

The seminar is free, but preregistration is required.

Taxpayer rights are foundational principles that govern how OTR examines, assesses and collects taxes and how it treats ...
10/19/2020

Taxpayer rights are foundational principles that govern how OTR examines, assesses and collects taxes and how it treats taxpayers.

Learn more about your taxpayer rights and OTA’s services here: taxpayeradvocate.dc.gov.

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers that there are payment options such as a payment agreement, availa...
10/16/2020

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers that there are payment options such as a payment agreement, available for any outstanding tax liabilities owed to the District of Columbia.

Learn more here: https://bit.ly/351Mvri

A key component of doing business in the District of Columbia is maintaining a Certificate of Clean Hands. Swipe left to...
10/09/2020

A key component of doing business in the District of Columbia is maintaining a Certificate of Clean Hands. Swipe left to learn more about the District’s Clean Hands mandate.

For further guidance, click here: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/page/certificate-clean-hands

Reminder- Effective Oct 1, the tax rate on other tobacco products remains 91 percent of wholesale sales of other tobacco...
10/05/2020
District of Columbia Tax Rate Changes Effective October 1, 2020 | otr

Reminder- Effective Oct 1, the tax rate on other tobacco products remains 91 percent of wholesale sales of other tobacco products. Additionally, the rate for littler cigars is increased from $.249 to $.25 per little cigar.

To learn more, visit: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/district-columbia-tax-rate-changes-effective-october-1-2020

These tax changes will take effect October 1, 2020, unless otherwise noted, for the following tax types:

Reminder- Effective Oct 1, the fixed tax remains $4.50 per package of 20 cigarettes. However, the surtax is increased fr...
10/05/2020
District of Columbia Tax Rate Changes Effective October 1, 2020 | otr

Reminder- Effective Oct 1, the fixed tax remains $4.50 per package of 20 cigarettes. However, the surtax is increased from $.48 cents to $.50 cents per package of 20 cigarettes. As a result, the combined cigarette excise tax per package of 20 cigarettes is $5.00.

To learn more, visit: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/district-columbia-tax-rate-changes-effective-october-1-2020

These tax changes will take effect October 1, 2020, unless otherwise noted, for the following tax types:

‪Reminder – Effective Oct 1, spirituous or malt liquors, beers, and wine sold for off-premises consumption by certain Al...
10/02/2020
District of Columbia Tax Rate Changes Effective October 1, 2020 | otr

‪Reminder – Effective Oct 1, spirituous or malt liquors, beers, and wine sold for off-premises consumption by certain Alcoholic Beverage Control Board licensed vendors are subject to the 10% sales and use tax rate.‬
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‪To learn more, visit otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/district-columbia-tax-rate-changes-effective-october-1-2020‬

These tax changes will take effect October 1, 2020, unless otherwise noted, for the following tax types:

A number of District tax law changes go into effect today, Oct 1. Click here to learn more:  otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/dist...
10/01/2020

A number of District tax law changes go into effect today, Oct 1.

Click here to learn more: otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/district-columbia-tax-rate-changes-effective-october-1-2020

OTR has partnered with @thehive2.0 on the “Q3 Taxation Station” for small business owners. For more information and to r...
09/22/2020

OTR has partnered with @thehive2.0 on the “Q3 Taxation Station” for small business owners.

For more information and to register for the workshop, click the link in @thehive2.0 ‘a bio.

#MyTaxDC #dcsmallbusiness #dcbusinesses #dcbusinessowner

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers, tax professional, software providers, businesses, and others abou...
09/21/2020
District of Columbia Tax Rate Changes Effective October 1, 2020 | otr

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers, tax professional, software providers, businesses, and others about tax changes that were enacted in the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Support Emergency Amendment Act of 2020.

The new provisions include real property, sales and use, motor vehicle fuel, Stevie Sellows ICF-MR, games of skill, corporate franchise, unincorporated business franchise, estate, and individual income. There is also a tax rate increase on cigarettes.

Learn more here: otr.cfo.dc.gov/release/district-columbia-tax-rate-changes-effective-october-1-2020

These tax changes will take effect October 1, 2020, unless otherwise noted, for the following tax types:

You’ve got questions, and we have answers!OTR’s customer representatives are available to assist you Monday- Friday, 8:1...
09/16/2020

You’ve got questions, and we have answers!

OTR’s customer representatives are available to assist you Monday- Friday, 8:15 am – 5:30 pm.

Customer Service Administration: (202) 727- 4TAX (4829)

Collection Division: (202) 724-5045

E-Services: (202) 759-1946

The Office of Tax and Revenue will be closed on Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day. OTR will resume its norm...
09/04/2020

The Office of Tax and Revenue will be closed on Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day. OTR will resume its normal operating schedule on Tuesday, September 8.

FYI- Online services are available 24/7 via MyTax.DC.gov.

MyTax.DC.gov is OTR’s free, online tax system. The portal allows taxpayers to manage all their individual and business t...
08/26/2020

MyTax.DC.gov is OTR’s free, online tax system. The portal allows taxpayers to manage all their individual and business tax accounts from one login, save electronic copies of correspondence, apply for a Certificate of Clean Hands, and review return and payment history.

Need help navigating? View our tutorials here: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/node/1198920

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Why its taking them so long to process tax refunds considering that tax filings and reporting has been pushed back?
District of Columbia Estimated Tax Payment Deadlines Remain Unchanged. For more information visit: https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/page/coronavirus.
Any extension on income tax returns originally due 4/15/2020?
If you selected your refund to be direct deposit, then why would you be sent a paper check?
Hello, when I call to get customer service for tax and revenue it drops after it says to stay on the line for customer service. Can I get another number that is not Phone: (202) 727-4829 that I can call instead?
On October 1st, convenience stores will need to sift through the ingredient list of every bottled drink (100's of different items) in order to see if the new 8% sales tax will need to be charged. For example, an unsweetened bottle of ice tea with zero calories does not get taxed while a bottle of artificially sweetened diet tea with zero calories gets charged the sales tax. Does a sweetened iced coffee have more or less than 50% coffee if coffee is the first ingredient? Huge burden on small business owners to figure this out.
PLEASE REFER TO MY MESSAGE SENT THIS DATE @ 1615 Hours JUNE 6, 2019 ASAP PLEASE!!!!
Been on hold for hour and 15 minutes waiting.. can someone try to explain this to me? why a business that sells h and crafted items at festivals maybe here and there, has to pay $375 a month for tax revenue? Thats more than these businesses make in a month.
Hi guys! You are holding my refund hostage pending an "identity verification", but your "identity verification" contractor won't give me a quiz, and you don't answer the phone at the number I'm supposed to call for help. What, precisely, do I need to do to actual get the refund you owe me?
Where the hell are our refunds
what does Your refund is now in a batch and refund cycle process mean?