Using My Tax Account

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  1. Account Maintenance
    1.1. Logon ID
    1.2. Using your WAMS ID
    1.3. Update Profile
    1.4. Change Password
    1.5. Update Business Name
    1.6. Update Business Address

  2. Filing a Return
    2.1. How to File a Return
    2.2. File a Zero Return
    2.3. Save & Finish Later (Stored Returns)
    2.4. Print a Return
    2.5. Amend a Return
    2.6. Request an Extension
    2.7. Submit an Appeal

  3. Making a Payment
    3.1. Payment Methods
    3.2. How to Make a Payment
    3.3. How to Edit a Payment
    3.4. Payment Sources
    3.5. Fraud Protection

  4. Pending Requests
    4.1. Pending Return/Payment Requests
    4.2. Withdrawing a Request

  5. Account Access and Registration
    5.1. Business Owners or Employees
        5.1.1. Access my Business Tax Accounts Online
        5.1.2. Need to Access Multiple Businesses
        5.1.3. Allow a Third Party Preparer to Access my Business Tax Accounts Online
        5.1.4. Available Access Levels for Employees and/or Third Party Preparers
        5.1.5. Delete Access for an Employee or Third Party Preparer
    5.2. Third Party Preparers
        5.2.1. Access a Client's Business Tax Accounts Online
        5.2.2. Delete Access to a Client's Business Tax Accounts Online
    5.3. Using the Same Email Address
    5.4. Cancel my Online Access for My Tax Account

  6. Filing a Buyer's Claim for Refund of Sales Tax
    6.1. Who can file a Buyer's Claim for Refund (BCR)?
    6.2. Taxes Paid to the Department of Revenue
    6.3. Taxes Paid to Another State Agency
    6.4. Time Limitations
    6.5. Filing a Buyer's Claim for Refund
    6.6. Processing a Buyer's Claim for Refund
    6.7. Withdraw a Claim
    6.8. Save and Finish Later
    6.9. List of Purchases

  7. Tax Incremental Financing Fees
    7.1. Pay the Tax Incremental District (TID) Annual Fee
    7.2. Pay Fees for Creating or Amending Tax Incremental Districts (TID)

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  1. Account Maintenance

    1.1 Logon ID

    Each user must create a MTA Logon ID and Password during the registration process.

    • The logon ID must be between 5-20 characters.
    • The password must be between 7-20 characters and must contain a combination of letters and numbers. Passwords are case sensitive and cannot contain your logon ID.

    1.2 Using your WAMS ID

    If you already had a WAMS ID before June 6, 2011 you will use it when you log in to My Tax Account for the first time. You will be prompted to create a secret question and confirm your name and email address. This is now your My Tax Account ID that you will use only to log into My Tax Account.

    Note: Any changes made to your My Tax Account ID and password will not affect your WAMS ID and password, and vice versa. You will continue to access other State of Wisconsin applications with your WAMS ID.

    1.3 Update Profile

    To update your profile information:

    • Select View My Profile from your homepage.
    • Click Update Profile and a window will appear with your profile information.
    • You may update your web name, telephone number, email address, and secret question and answer.
    • Click Confirm to save your information.

    Note: You cannot change your logon ID.

    1.4 Change Password

    • Select View My Profile and click Change Password.
    • Enter your current password and your new password twice. Select Reset to save your new password.

    1.5 Update Business Name

    To update the "doing business as" (DBA) name:

    • Select the tax Account ID number from your homepage.
    • If the account currently has a DBA name listed, click on your DBA name hyperlink.
    • If the account does not have a DBA name listed, click Add.
    • You will have the option to apply the DBA name to all of the business tax accounts or to a specific tax account.
    • Enter the current DBA name and click Submit on the left panel.

    Note: You cannot update the legal name through My Tax Account. You can fax your request to the Registration Unit at the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR), (608) 264-6884 or send an email to dorregistration@revenue.wi.gov. You must provide proof of the legal name change (i.e. Amended Articles of Incorporation) with your request.

    1.6 Update Business Address

    To update the mailing or location address of a business:

    • Select the tax Account Id number from your homepage.
    • If the account currently has a mailing or location address listed, click on your address information.
    • If the account does not have a mailing or location address listed, click Add.
    • You will have the option to apply the address change to all of the business tax accounts or to a specific tax account.
    • Enter the current address and click Submit on the left panel.

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  2. Filing a Return

    2.1 How to File a Return

    • Log in to My Tax Account, select the ID number of the specific business tax account.
    • On the Account Summary page, in the Available Filing Periods section, locate the filing period that you wish to file and click File Now to open the online return form.
    • Complete the yellow required fields on the return. If your return has an error, the entry fields will be red and must be corrected before the return can be filed.
    • If your return has no errors, click Submit on the left panel. You will be prompted to click Agree before submitting the return.

    If File Now is not available, or the period is not listed on the Account Summary page, you may also select a filing period using File a Return. Click on the period you would like to file. Only the available periods within your filing frequency will be available using File a Return.

    Note: While working in My Tax Account, you will be logged out if you are inactive for 15 minutes. Any unsaved information will be lost.

    2.2 File a Zero Return

    Sales Tax - At the top of Form ST-12, check the box next to, "Are you reporting zero on every line?" Zeros will be automatically entered on every line of your return. Click Submit.

    Withholding Tax - All filing options will have the checkbox to file a zero return. Click the checkbox and zero will be inserted on the WT-6 Deposit Report. Click Submit.

    Motor Fuel Tax - At the top of Form MF-002, check the box next to "No Activity." Zeros will automatically be entered on every line of your return. Click Submit.

    2.3 Save & Finish Later (Stored Returns)

    • Use Save and Finish Later to save a return to complete at a later date. The return status will be listed as Not Filed in the filing period list on the specific business tax account page.
    • Select View Request to access the stored return.
    • Click Change located on the left panel to open the return for editing and filing. The process will be the same as filing an original return.

    2.4 Print a Return

    You may print a return that has been submitted, with a pending or processed return status.

    • From the confirmation page, select Print on the left panel; OR
    • On the Account Summary page, next to the specific filing period, click View Request for pending returns or View/Amend for processed returns.
    • The return will appear. Click Print on the left panel.

    You may also retrieve pending and processed returns for printing by selecting the Requests tab.

    2.5 Amend a Return

    • From the Account Summary page, click View/Amend for the filing period you wish to amend.
    • When the return appears, click Amend on the left panel and make the necessary changes. Click Submit.
    • Verify the updated information is correct and submit the amended return.

    Withholding Tax - If you have under reported withholding tax, you may file an additional WT-6 report for the same filing period. From the withholding Account Summary page, click File/Pay or File a Return to file an additional WT-6 report for the specific period. If you have over reported withholding tax, follow the instructions above and enter the correct withheld amount. This request will be sent to us, where we will manually change the original WT-6 report.

    Motor Fuel Tax - On Form MF-002, if you wish to amend a previously filed report, provide in detail only the changes made.

    Note: If you need to correct a previously reported amount, you should amend the return for that specific filing period. Do not make adjustments or take credits on your current month's return.

    2.6 Request an Extension

    You may request a 30-day extension to file any business tax return which may be filed using My Tax Account.

    • Select the Account ID of the specific business tax account.
    • Click Request an Extension to File on the left panel of the Account Summary page.
    • Enter the filing period(s) you are requesting an extension for. You will receive an error message if you cannot request an extension in My Tax Account for the requested filing period.
    • Print a copy of the confirmation page for your records. You will be able to view the request using the Requests tab.

    Excise Taxes - Extensions are not allowed for cigarette, tobacco, liquor, fermented malt beverage, alternate fuel, general aviation fuel or motor vehicle fuel returns.

    Note: Requests for an extension to file must be made prior to the filing period due date.

    2.7 Submit an Appeal

    You may submit an appeal for any business tax type that may be filed using My Tax Account.

    • Select the Account ID of the specific business tax account.
    • Select Appeal Request on the left panel.
    • Enter the required information and Submit.
    • Print the confirmation page.

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  3. Making a Payment

    3.1 Payment Methods

    My Tax Account offers the following payment methods:

    • Direct Debit - You will provide your bank routing and account number to authorize the department to debit (withdraw) the requested amount. You may not use a financial institution outside of the United States.
    • Credit Card - You will be directed to an external website (officialpayments.com) to set up a credit card payment. OPC charges a convenience fee of 2.5% of the payment amount with a $1.00 minimum. DOR does not receive any portion of the convenience fee. To pay by telephone, call toll-free 1-800-272-9829.
    • Payment Voucher - You will create a payment voucher to print and mail along with your check to the department.
    • EFT (ACH Credit) is a payment option that needs to be set up through your financial institution and is not available through My Tax Account. Electronic Funds Transfer Payment Instructions for Financial Institutions are available on our website at: revenue.wi.gov/eserv/eft2.html.

    3.2 How to Make a Payment

    • Select the account ID number of the specific business tax account.
    • On the Account Summary page, locate the filing period on the available filing period list and select Pay to make a payment.
    • Alternatively, you can click Make a Payment on the left panel and select the desired filing period and payment method.
    • Payments must be submitted before 4:00 p.m. Central Time on the due date to be considered timely.

    Note: On the left panel of the My Tax Account homepage, you can make payments for Real Estate Transfer Fees and Utility Taxes.

    3.3 How to Edit a Payment

    You cannot change or edit a pending payment request. If you made an error and the payment request is still pending, you must withdraw the request and enter a new payment.

    If you made an error and the payment request has been processed, contact us at (608) 261-5338 for assistance.

    3.4 Payment Sources

    Business Owners and Employees

    Business owners and employees can enter two different types of payment sources by clicking View My Profile.

    • Select the Account Payment Sources tab to add a default payment source for a specific business tax account.
    • Select the Advanced Payment Options tab to add a payment source for a business. This will not be the default, but will be available to use for all tax accounts listed under the business.

    Third Party Preparers-

    Third party preparers may enter three different types of payment sources by clicking View My Profile and the Third Party Accounts tab.

    • Select the Accounts Payment Sources tab to add a default payment source for a specific business tax account.
    • Select the Customer Payment Sources tab to add a payment source for a business or customer. This will not be the default, but will be available to use for all tax accounts listed under the business.
    • Select the Shared Payment Sources tab to add a shared payment source that can be used for all of your third party accounts.

    Changing a Payment Source-

    To change a saved payment source:

    • Select View My Profile, click the payment source (e.g. MAIN STREET BANK - 0123) and select Change or Delete on the left panel.

          OR

    • From the account summary page, if there is a payment source listed, click Edit. You will have the option to Change or Delete the current payment source. If there is no payment source saved, click Setup and enter the bank information.

    Note: If the bank account used to make your electronic payment is funded by a transfer from a financial institution outside of the United States, DOR will not be able to accept your request to make an electronic payment (direct debit). You will need to make other arrangements to submit your payment.

    3.5 Fraud Protection

    You must provide your financial institution with the appropriate DOR originator ID number (also called company ID) for Fraud Protection payment request identification.

    My Tax Account uses the name DEPT OF REVENUE with a unique 10-character originator ID number that is assigned to each business tax type. If you are submitting a direct debit payment through My Tax Account, the originator number for that tax type will be listed on the payment page.

    The first letter of DOR's 10-character originator ID numbers for debit withdrawal requests is either "W" or "X." Both of these should be recognized as valid codes for initiating EFT debit payments.

    For security purposes, originator ID numbers are only listed within My Tax Account. If needed, you may contact us for the full 10-character originator ID number via email at: dormytaxaccounthelp@revenue.wi.gov or call (608) 261-5338.

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  4. Pending Requests

    4.1 Pending Return or Payment Requests

    My Tax Account processes the return and payment requests separately (With exception to the new WT-6 file and pay with direct debit option that processes as one request). Returns and payments are listed separately as "pending requests" immediately after they have been successfully filed.

    Pending requests are sent to us each business day at 4:00 PM CST.

    To view return/payment requests:

    • Click on your business tax account number and click Requests tab. You can verify if and when a return/payment has been filed.
    • To view pending requests, click the Waiting to be Processed tab.
    • To view all requests, click the Search tab.

    4.2 Withdrawing a Request

    All requests that are in a pending status can be withdrawn in My Tax Account.

    To withdraw a request:

    • Click on the Requests tab, select the Waiting to be Processed tab to view a list of all pending requests.
    • Select the specific pending request you would like to withdraw.
    • Click Withdraw and Confirm. The status will be updated to Withdrawn.

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  5. Account Access and Registration

    5.1 Business Owners or Employees

    5.1.1 Access my Business Tax Accounts Online

    If you have multiple business tax accounts, you may add access to all of the business tax accounts (i.e., Sales and Use, Local Exposition, Premier Resort, Rental Vehicle, Withholding, etc.) associated with the same business. After logging in, select Add Access to Account from the My Tax Account homepage and choose Business Tax Account.

    You will be required to verify the following information for the business tax type you wish to access:

    • Business Tax Account Type
    • Total or Net Tax Due from one of the three most recently filed returns or deposit reports or estimated payments made; OR
    • The Letter Identification Number (LXXXXXXXXXX) listed on one of four letters we routinely send, such as the Business Tax Registration Greeting Letter, E-Filing Requirement Letter, Tax Incremental District Fees Letter or Wage Attachment Certification Letter.

    Each owner, officer, governmental representative, or designated employee that successfully requests access to one business tax account (i.e., Sales and Use, Withholding, etc.) will automatically receive access to all business tax accounts. The user with 'Master' level access can limit access for all other users.

    5.1.2 Need to Access Multiple Businesses

    You have two registration options as a business owner or employee needing access to multiple businesses/governmental entities:

    1. You may select Add Third Party Account Access from the My Tax Account homepage and then select the Client is NOT registered for My Tax Account, using the first business that you have already registered in My Tax Account. This can also be used as an alternative method to register to "File and Pay" for your multiple business entities under one user ID. Enter the required information to request access to each of your business entities. This registration method does not provide you with 'Master' level access for these additional business entities.

      Note: We recommend that the owner/officer of each business entity obtain their own logon ID to access their business in My Tax Account. This will allow the business owner to have 'Master' level access. If you wish to obtain 'Master' level access for these additional businesses, please review option (2) below.

    2. You must register for a new logon ID for each business to have 'Master' level access for each business. The first user that registers the business is granted the 'Master' level access. This will require a unique email address for each logon ID. Most email services allow you to create up to 5 different email addresses. Alternatively, free email addresses may be obtained from sites such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail.

    A user that owns a business and is also an employee of another business, should register their Customer Access Request profile as their own business (i.e., sole proprietor or non-sole proprietor) and then request third party access to "file and pay only" for their employer's business using the same logon ID. The employer would also need to register in My Tax Account to grant you third party access.

    5.1.3 Allow a Third Party Preparer to Access my Business Tax Accounts Online

    If business owner is registered for My Tax Account:

    If you would like to add or remove a third party preparer's access to your business tax accounts, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to My Tax Account
    2. Select View My Profile from the homepage
    3. Click the Manage Logons tab. You may view a list of logons by selecting the Logons tab.
    4. Select the Access to My Accounts tab and locate the logon ID of the third party preparer.
    5. Select the Access Level for each tax account that you would like to adjust.
    6. When the "Edit Access Level" window appears, check the box to activate the tax account and select the preferred access level (All Access, File, File & Pay, No Access, Pay Only, or View Only).
    7. Click Save.

    If business owner is NOT registered for My Tax Account:

    We recommend that business account owners/officers register for their own logon ID to access their business tax accounts.

    A third party preparer may request access to your business tax accounts if you are NOT registered to use My Tax Account. In order to select this access, the third party preparer must have a Form A-777a on file that you (their client) have signed. This form provides your approval to file returns, make payments and access tax account information through My Tax Account.

    Please note: Third party preparers are not allowed access to the following business tax types: Ambulatory Surgical Center Assessment Survey, Real Estate Transfer, Tax Incremental Financing, and Utility Taxes. Only business owners or employees of the business are allowed access to file reports and payments for these tax types.

    5.1.4 Available Access Levels for Employees and/or Third Party Preparers

    My Tax Account access level options are:

    All Access - This access level allows you to file returns, make payments, remit wage attachment payments, submit requests (i.e. change mailing address and DBA name, etc.), modify information, and manage logon ID access to the account.

    File - You have view access to everything, may file returns and request filing extensions.

    File & Pay - You have view access to everything, may make payments, file returns, request filing extensions, and installment agreements.

    Pay - You have view access to everything, may make payments and request installment agreements.

    View - You may only view account information and will not be able to submit requests or modify information.

    No Access - You will not be able to access or view account information.

    5.1.5 Delete Access for an Employee or Third Party Preparer

    Access levels for employees and third party preparers may be managed by the user with 'Master' level access for the business. This user may logon to remove the access of employees or third party preparers.

    • Select View My Profile from the homepage.
    • Select the Manage Logons tab and click the Access to My Accounts tab.
    • Locate the logon ID of the specific user you would like to adjust and select the Access Level for each tax account.
    • When the "Edit Access Level" window appears, select No Access and uncheck the checkbox to inactivate their access.

    This will remove your business tax accounts from their logon ID.

    5.2 Third Party Preparers

    5.2.1 Access a Client's Business Tax Accounts Online

    As a third party preparer, once you have established a logon ID, you may access your client's business tax accounts. Select Add Third Party Account Access from your My Tax Account homepage.

    To request access to their client's business accounts, third party preparers may choose either Client is registered for My Tax Account or Client is NOT registered for My Tax Account.

    Selecting Client is registered for My Tax Account allows you to enter up to ten client access requests. You will need the Taxpayer ID Type, ID Number and Legal Name of each client. If you have more than ten clients to add, you will be able to repeat this step later.

    Note: The client that you are requesting access to must already be registered in My Tax Account for their business tax accounts, or you will not be able to submit a third party request using Client is registered for My Tax Account.

    An email request, with instructions to approve your access request, will be sent to the user that has 'Master' level access for the client.

    Selecting Client is NOT registered for My Tax Account allows you to enter up to five access requests. If you have more than five clients to add, you will be able to repeat this step later. You must first provide qualifying information about your client's tax filing and payment history. You may select the box labeled No Prior Filing History, if your client does not have a filing history. A letter of notification will be mailed to each client.

    Note: To select this option, your client must sign Form A-777a. This form provides you with the client's approval to file returns, make payments and access their tax account information through My Tax Account. A copy of this form should not be sent to us, but must be available upon request.

    5.2.2 Delete Access to a Client's Business Tax Accounts Online

    If you are no longer working with a client, you may remove your access to the client's tax accounts.

    • Select View My Profile from the homepage.
    • Select the Manage Logons tab and click the Access to My Accounts tab.
    • Under your logon ID, locate the client you would like to adjust and select the Access Level for each tax account.
    • When the "Edit Access Level" window appears, select No Access and uncheck the checkbox to inactivate their access.

    This will remove the client's tax accounts from your logon ID.

    If you need to add access back to the client's tax accounts, you must follow the steps in 5.2.1 to "Access a Client's Business Tax Accounts Online."

    5.3 Using the Same Email Address

    Each logon ID requires a unique email address. If necessary, free email addresses may be obtained from sites such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail.

    If you are no longer using a logon ID, you may cancel your online access by following the steps provided in section 5.4 "Cancel my Online Access for My Tax Account." Once your prior logon ID is closed, you can use that email address for a new logon ID.

    Note: If your email address is incorrectly listed for a Logon ID, you will NOT receive any email notifications from us.

    5.4 Cancel my Online Access for My Tax Account

    You can cancel your online access to My Tax Account. On the homepage, select View My Profile and click Cancel My Online Access. Confirm your request by clicking Agree.

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  6. Filing a Buyer's Claim for Refund of Sales Tax

    6.1 Who can file a Buyer's Claim for Refund (BCR)?

    A buyer may request a refund of state, county, and stadium district (baseball and football) sales tax paid to a seller in error if:

    (a) The amount claimed is $50 or more.

    OR

    (b) The amount claimed is less than $50 AND one or more of the following conditions apply:

    • The seller has ceased business operations, or
    • The buyer is being field audited, or
    • The periods covered in the claim for refund are within the statute of limitations for the buyer and are closed to the seller.

    If the amount claimed is less than $50, and none of the above conditions apply, you may not file a buyer's claim. You may request the sales tax refund from the seller.

    6.2 Taxes Paid to the Department of Revenue

    Sellers: A seller claiming a refund of sales and use taxes paid to DOR may file a claim for refund by amending Form ST-12, Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Return.

    Buyers: A buyer claiming a refund of use tax paid to DOR may file a claim for refund by amending Form ST-12, Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Return.

    You may file an amended return either through My Tax Account at tap.revenue.wi.gov or on paper.

    6.3 Taxes Paid to Another State Agency

    Buyers claiming a refund of tax paid to another state agency, such as the Department of Transportation (DOT) or the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) cannot file a Buyer's Claim for Refund.

    A refund request must be submitted directly to: Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Mail Stop 5-144, PO Box 8906, Madison, WI 53708-8906.

    Note: This applies to situations where the buyer is required to pay use tax to the agency prior to registering or titling property such as a motor vehicle, boat, snowmobile, mobile home not exceeding 45 feet in length, trailer, semitrailer, all-terrain vehicle or aircraft in Wisconsin.

    In situations where the buyer paid sales tax to a state agency as the retailer of the property or taxable service purchased, the buyer should follow the procedures provided in Part IV B.1 of Publication 216 - Filing Claims for Refund of Sales or Use Tax.

    6.4 Time Limitations

    You generally have four years from the due date of your franchise or income tax return to file a claim for refund unless audited by DOR for the period of the claim.

    More information about time limitations is provided in Part V of Publication 216 - Filing Claims for Refund of Sales or Use Tax.

    6.5 Filing a Buyer's Claim for Refund

    You may file a Buyer's Claim for Refund using one of the following methods:

    • File electronically
      • If you are not registered for My Tax Account:
        • Go to Online Services at revenue.wi.gov/eserv/index.html
        • Select File a Buyer's Claim for Refund.
        • Enter the required information and Submit.
        • Print the confirmation page for your records.

      • If you are registered for My Tax Account and have previously filed a Buyer's Claim for Refund:
        • Go to tap.revenue.wi.gov and log in to My Tax Account.
        • Select the Buyer's Claim for Refund Account ID number.
        • Select File New Claim on the left panel.
        • Enter the required information and Submit.
        • Print the confirmation page for your records.

    6.6 Processing a Buyer's Claim for Refund

    Your claim will be listed as a pending request immediately after you submit it. Pending requests are sent to us each business day at 4:00 PM CST.

    Most will complete processing overnight. If you are a registered user of My Tax Account, your claim will be available for viewing the next business day.

    If you are not registered, you can register for My Tax Account and view the processed claim, by going to tap.revenue.wi.gov and selecting New User? Register Now.

    Note: Some claims may be reviewed and additional information requested resulting in claims taking longer to process.

    6.7 Withdraw a Claim

    All claims that are in a pending status can be withdrawn.

    If you were not logged in to My Tax Account and submitted the claim through the Online Services option:

    • Select File a Buyer's Claim for Refund.
    • Click Find Saved Request on the left panel.
    • Enter your email address and confirmation code.
    • Verify the claim information that appears and click Withdraw.

    If submitted in My Tax Account:

    • Click the Requests tab on the Buyer's Claim for Refund account summary page.
    • Select the pending claim that you would like to withdraw.
    • Click Withdraw. The status will be updated to Withdrawn.

    6.8 Save and Finish Later

    While completing a Buyer's Claim for Refund, you can save the request to finish later by following the steps below:

    If completing a claim through the Online Services option:

    • Selecting Save and Finish Later on the left panel.
    • Enter your email address and Agree.
    • Print the confirmation screen with the Search code. You will use this code to pull up the incomplete request when you are ready to finish the claim.

    If completing a claim in My Tax Account:

    • Select Save and Finish Later on the left panel. The claim status will be listed as Not Filed.
    • When you are ready to finish the request, select View Request to access the incomplete request.
    • Click Change on the left panel, complete the claim and Submit.

    6.9 List of Purchases

    DOR provides a List of Purchases template for you to enter date and attach to the Buyer's Claim for Refund you submit.

    Note: You may not alter the List of Purchases template format except to enter data. Altered templates will be rejected as they cannot be electronically loaded to our processing system.

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  7. Tax Incremental Financing Fees

    7.1 Pay the Tax Incremental (TID) Annual Fee

    The annual fee ($150 per TID) will be posted to a municipality's My Tax Account at the beginning of April each year. It is due by May 15th.

    7.2 Pay Fees for Creating or Amending Tax Incremental Districts (TID)

    Fees associated with creating or amending a TID will be posted to a municipality's My Tax Account when the DOR receives notification of the change. This notification can be sent to tif@revenue.wi.gov. The fees are due by October 31st.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Customer Service Bureau
Mail Stop 5-77
PO Box 8949
Madison, WI 53708-8949
Phone: (608) 261-5338
Fax: (608) 267-1030
Email: DORMyTaxAccountHelp@revenue.wi.gov

Page last updated February 26, 2014