|Mayor Hancock Delivers Online Taxpaying with “eBiz Tax Center”|
DENVER – Mayor Michael B. Hancock today delivered a faster, easier and more efficient way to manage business with the launch of the “eBiz Tax Center.” The new online feature enables Denver businesses to file their city taxes online, as well as offers easy access to business records and other helpful resources for the business community.
“Smart government meets our residents where they are, which is why Denver is leveraging its technology to lower costs and provide convenient customer service to its residents and businesses,” Mayor Hancock said. “By taking advantage of 21st century tools, we’re creating a more efficient and effective city government. The ‘eBiz Tax Center’ will save you time, it saves the city money, it’s just smart business.”
The new online taxpaying system is part of the Mayor’s “eDenver” initiative to provide easy, 24-hour access to city services right from your office, living room or smart device.
With the new “eBiz Tax Center” online system, Denver business will now be able to:
- File sales, use, lodger’s, occupation privilege, facilities development admissions and telecommunications business taxes online;
- Pay taxes via electronic check or credit card;
- Manage tax accounts;
- Update address information;
- Add third party access;
- Register a new business;
- Claim and view status of a refund; and
- Send and receive communications with the Denver Tax Department.
The “eBiz Tax Center” will also offer a “GO Green” paperless feature, allowing businesses to receive their tax returns electronically. By signing up for the feature, businesses will receive periodic emails to remind them when it is time to file their tax returns with the city.
The new feature will enhance Denverites’ current ability to file their property tax payments online. With the implementation of “eBiz Tax Center,” all taxes that residents and business file with the city can now be paid online. Go to: www.denvergov.org/ebiztax to visit the new online taxpaying feature.
Posted on Dec 06, 2012 (Archive on Jan 14, 2013)
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