Aug. 9 is a Day of Remembrance, also known as Genealogy Day and it will be celebrated in the Northeast Kingdom in summer of 2022, in Caledonia County.
When deciding to relocate or move to an area, the issue of how much you will pay in town and state taxes is an important consideration. The Vermont Department of Taxes offers a very helpful but easy to maneuver web site that helps take the guesswork out of a sometimes confusing concern.
The Vermont Department of Taxes addresses the following issues on its site:
- INDIVIDUALS –Includes information in this section on File & Pay, Check Refund Status, Free File, Free Tax Preparation Assistance, Income Tax Return, Estimated Income Tax, Homestead Declaration, Property Tax Adjustment Claim, Renter Rebate Claim, Real Estate Transaction Taxes, Estate & Fiduciary Taxes, Understanding Income Taxes, Change My Address, Get Form IN-111 and File & Pay Other Taxes.
- BUSINESSES & CORPORATIONS – Includes information in this section on File & Pay, Taxes & Your Business, Register/Renew or Close Your Business, Corporate & Business Income Taxes, Sales & Use Tax, Meals & Rooms Tax, Alcoholic Beverage Tax, Withholding Tax, Local Option Tax, Miscellaneous Taxes, Non-Profit & Exempt Organizations.
- PROPERTY OWNERS – File & Pay, Current Use, Homestead Declaration, Property Tax Adjustment Claim, Real Estate Transaction Taxes, Understanding Property Taxes.
- HELP & RESOURCES – Includes information on FAQs (frequently asked questions), myVTax Resource Center, Identity Theft & Fraud, Appeals, Audits, Collections, Taxpayer Advocate, Tax Learning Center, Tax Forms, Technical Assistance, Contact Us.
The intent of the state tax site is to help individuals, businesses and property owners better understand and comply with Vermont’s tax laws and regulations. The Businesses & Corporations section is especially helpful to those starting a business, as business owners try to delve into the tax implications of establishing C-corporations, S-Corporations, LLCs and partnerships, plus much more.