The Tax Commission is making temporary changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Please know that we are doing everything possible to address the tax and motor vehicle needs of the public during this epidemic. Return to this website as needed for updates.
- Tax Filing and Payment Information
- In-Person Office Visits & Face Coverings
- Tax Assistance
- Appeals Hearings and Conferences
- Federal Economic Impact Payments (Stimulus Checks)
State Income Taxes: By Utah statute, individuals have the same deadline to file and pay their 2019 taxes as the IRS, which was July 15, 2020. Additionally, interest and penalties are waived for late-filed 2019 tax returns and payments of corporations and pass-through entities such as LLCs. To receive this adjustment, these returns and payments needed to be filed no later than July 15, 2020. See this page for information on extensions for filing.
Federal Income Taxes: The IRS has automatically extended the deadline for 2019 individual and corporate returns and payments to July 15, 2020, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. See this news release on the IRS website regarding the federal extension.
State Sales and Related Taxes: The deadline for submitting sales taxes has not changed. Please also note that you must file your return online at tap.utah.gov beginning with all returns due November 2, 2020 and later.
To help control the spread of COVID-19, anyone entering a Tax Commission or DMV office is required to wear a face covering, except for children under two or people with physical conditions that prevent wearing face coverings.
Taxpayer Services counters in our Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo and Hurricane offices are open for limited services. We encourage you to only visit these offices for services that cannot be completed online at tap.utah.gov, or by telephone at 801-297-2200 or 800-662-4335. Services that cannot be completed online include immediate release of a tax lien and verification of residency status. We’ve improved each of these offices to help protect employees and visitors, and we request that social distancing be observed in all offices.
Due Date: See the information above regarding this.
In-Person Assistance: See the information above regarding this.
Online Services: For the most efficient tax and motor vehicle service, please use online services.
Tax issues: Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) New business registration (tax licenses): OneStop Business Registration Motor vehicle issues: Motor Vehicle Portal (MVP) Vehicle registration renewal: RenewalExpress
Beginning June 1, 2021, all hearings and mediations will be in-person events, with the option for you to appear by video conference or telephone if you prefer. To use this option, contact us at 801-297-2282, 801-297-3900 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If the event was originally scheduled by the Tax Commission as a telephone event, you do not need to appear in person. To appear by telephone to an event, follow the emailed instructions you received, or call us at 801-297-2282 at least fifteen minutes prior to the event for instructions.
If you have questions regarding your federal economic impact payments from the IRS, please go to irs.gov for information. These payments are from the federal government, not the State of Utah.