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Delinquency Notice for Sales and Use Tax Nevada

by | Apr 25, 2024 | Business Law


If you received a delinquency notice from the Nevada Department of Taxation, it may be because you did not file a tax return for the period you received the notice. It is important for small business owners to file these taxes because it ensures good standing with state laws and regulations, as well as avoiding fines and penalties for noncompliance. Properly filing sales and use taxes also helps preserve accurate financial records and helps with the overall operation of the business.

Here is our short video about state tax registrations.

Here is a short video from the Nevada Department of Taxation on delinquency notices. 

The two common types of tax that are subject to a delinquent notice are the Nevada Sales and Use Tax on tangible personal property sold in the state, as well as certain services and leases. (More information on Use Tax can be found here: https://tax.nv.gov/FAQs/Use_Tax_Information___FAQs/)

Filing a return is simple. Returns must be filed even if there is no tax due. For example, if you do not have anything to report, you will need to file a zero dollar return for each delinquent period. You can file online by creating an account for your business with the Nevada Department of Taxation. A Nevada business lawyer can help you create this account if you need assistance. The other option would be to file a paper form by mailing it to the Department of Taxation.

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