This is a prerecorded webinar for new users of the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s My Tax Account business tax system. For more information on My Tax Account visit this page https://www.revenue.wi.gov/faqs/my_tax_account/quick_start.html
Transcript: In this video you’ll learn how to electronically submit documents for your homestead credit claim. The easiest way to submit your documents is to attach them to the homestead form when you file. If you’ve already filed and now need to add documents, you may submit them electronically. Here’s how� First you need to […]
There are new wage and statement filing requirements for employers and payers. If you file 10 or more W2s or 10 or more 1099s you must electronically file them by January 31, 2018. This Wisconsin Department of Revenue video provides tips to help filers avoid filing delays and errors. See Publication 172 on http://www.revenue.wi.gov
Prerecorded webinar. http://www.revenue.wi.gov Important new information for My Tax Account users in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Department of Revenue Chief Economist John Koskinen discusses job growth in Wisconsin. He notes that there have been gains in all sectors. Transcript available upon request.
https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Businesses A regular feature from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
Wisconsin’s homestead credit program is designed to help low income taxpayers with their property taxes or rent. This video provides an overview of qualifications –including new requirements for claiming the homestead credit and the information you’ll need to complete your claim. For more information, visit our website at https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/ise-home.aspx
This video is an overview of the Homestead Credit program. It covers qualifications for the credit, which schedules to use, completing the Rent Certificate, and avoiding common errors. Get more information on the Homestead Credit web page: https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/Individuals/homestead.aspx Transcript available by request.
Wisconsin Department of Revenue Chief Economist John Koskinen discusses perception lag with regard to the Wisconsin economy. He notes that the state’s economy is the best it’s been in almost 20 years. Substantial gains have been in every region of the state, with almost all counties at full employment.