Oklahoma Offering Full Waiver of Penalties and Interest Under Temporary Voluntary Disclosure Program

Friday, August 4th, 2017

 
 
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Oklahoma has enacted a new regulation in order to encourage the voluntary disclosure of unpaid taxes. The program waives penalties and interest for taxpayers who (1) voluntarily file delinquent tax returns or reports and (2) pay delinquent taxes in full or through a payment plan. Eligible taxpayers can file returns or reports without penalty or interest from September 1, 2017 to November 30, 2017.

Eligible program participants must not have (1) any other outstanding tax liabilities, (2) been contacted about potential or actual filing and payment obligations by the state or a third party acting on behalf of the state, (3) collected taxes from others and not reported those taxes (a modified program is available for taxpayers not meeting this requirement), and (4) entered into a voluntary disclosure agreement for the type of tax owed in the past three years.

Eligible taxes include mixed beverage, gasoline and diesel, gross production and petroleum excise, sales, use, income, and withholding. Taxpayers in bankruptcy are not generally eligible for the program.

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