Professional Privilege Tax Due Electronically 6/1, But Bills Will Not Be Mailed
REMINDER: All Professional Privilege Tax returns are due June 1, 2014, and must be filed electronically, although bills for this tax will not be mailed (except to taxpayers licensed after June 1, 2013). Pharmacists and all other taxable professionals holding an active license in Tennessee must pay the $400 tax. The Tennessee Department of Revenue has disseminated the following information.
From the Tennessee Department of Revenue
Taxpayer Services Division
All professional privilege tax returns, due June 1, 2014, must be filed electronically. Taxable professionals holding an active license in Tennessee must pay the $400 tax. More information on Tennessee’s professional privilege tax can be found online at http://www.tn.gov/revenue/
Professional privilege tax returns can be filed electronically either by individuals, or by companies who file and pay for multiple individuals.
The Department will only be mailing newly licensed taxpayers (licensed after June 1, 2013) a Professional Privilege Tax Return.
To electronically file the tax return, you must have either your Social Security Number or your Professional Privilege Tax account number. If you do not know your account number, please use the online look-up available on [the Department of Revenue] website at https://tdorbt.tn.gov/
For a step-by-step guide to electronically file an individual professional privilege tax return, please visit [the Department of Revenue] website at https://apps.tn.gov/privtx/. If you are a company filing and paying for multiple individuals, please visit [the Department of Revenue] website at https://apps.tn.gov/privbatch/
State law (Tennessee Code Annotated 67-1-115) authorizes the commissioner to require that any return, report, claim, statement, application or other document filed with the Department, including any type of payment that goes with it, be submitted electronically.
These electronic filing requirements allow [the] Department to process your return and payment more quickly and efficiently, saving the state money. For general questions concerning the tax, please contact [the Department’s] Revenue Call Center at (800) 342-1003 for in-state calls or (615) 253-0600 for local or out-of-state calls. For questions regarding electronic filing, please contact [the Department’s] Electronic Commerce Unit at (866) 368-6374 for in-state calls or (615) 253-0704 for local or out-of-state calls.