If you received a notice from the Department about not filing your sales tax return, you have a few options:
- File any missing sales tax returns, even if the amount due is zero. You can save time by filing online with Revenue Online.
- If your business ceased operations, close your sales tax account. This can be done online with Revenue Online or file a Business Closure Form (DR 1102). Dissolving your organization with the Secretary of State's Office will not automatically close your sales tax account.
- If you did file the return more than 15 days prior to the date on the notice, send us copies of the return, the canceled payment check (if applicable), and/or the EFT confirmation.
Action needs to be taken within 5 days of the date on the letter. If no action is taken, the Department will estimate the sales tax owed and send a Notice of Deficiency for that amount, plus applicable penalties and interest. If you have questions, please call the Taxpayer Helpline at (303) 238-7378. Representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (except on state holidays).
If you have already filed the return(s) for this period, log into your Revenue Online account to check the status of your return.
- If the Revenue Online records show that your return has NOT been received by the CDOR, please send copies of the return(s) and any canceled check(s) and/or EFT confirmation(s) to the Department or by filing a protest and uploading attachments on Revenue Online
- If the Revenue Online records show that your return HAS been received by the CDOR, please disregard this notification.