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Refund Info - Idaho State Tax Commission
Typical refund timeframes
E-filers: Expect your refund about 7-8 weeks after the date you receive a filing acknowledgement from the state.
Paper filers: Expect your refund about 10-11 weeks after we receive your return. We must manually enter information from paper returns into our database.
First-time filers: It takes about 3 weeks to enter new filers into our system. Until...
Businesses and sales/use taxes - Idaho State Tax Commission
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Sales tax applies to the sale, rental, or lease of tangible personal property and some services. Use tax is a tax on goods that you put to use or store in Idaho, if you didn't pay sales tax when you bought the goods and no exemption applies.
Start on our Sales and Use Tax page for an overview of these taxes, and links to forms and publications.
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Individual income tax - Idaho State Tax Commission
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Part-year residents must file an Idaho income tax return if their gross income from all sources while a resident and gross income from Idaho sources while a nonresident is more than $2,500.
Nonresidents must file an Idaho income tax return if their gross income from Idaho sources is more than $2,500. This includes special-case Idaho residents, who are domiciled in Idaho but...
Business income tax - Idaho State Tax Commission
Corporations must file Form 41 if they're transacting business in Idaho, are registered with the Idaho Secretary of State to do business in Idaho, or have income attributable to Idaho.
S Corporations must file Form 41S if they're transacting business in Idaho or are registered with the Idaho Secretary of State to do business in Idaho. Idaho accepts the federal approval of the S corporation...
Seniors and Retirees - Idaho State Tax Commission
Deductions for retirement benefits
If you're age 65 or older, or if you're disabled and age 62, Idaho offers a deduction for qualifying retirement benefits. Taxpayers using the "married filing separate" filing status aren't eligible for this benefit. The following are the types of benefits that qualify for this deduction (Most PERSI benefits don't qualify):
Civil Service Employees
Sales/Use Tax - Idaho State Tax Commission
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Sales tax applies to the sale, rental, or lease of tangible personal property and some services. Food is taxed in Idaho, but prescription drugs are not. Temporary lodging (30 days or less) -- including vacation rentals by owner -- is taxed. Read about Travel & Convention Tax for details.
A sale means any transfer of title to tangible personal property for payment. It includes exchange and barter. A sale occurs when title passes. Unless otherwise agreed, title passes to the...
Forms and Other Publications - Idaho State Tax Commission
This page provides several ways to find forms and other tax publications online. We also have a page listing reports and statistics and a Policy Documents page. Forms and publications from the IRS for...
Businesses - Idaho State Tax Commission
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Last updated Nov. 24, 2015
The information on this site is for general guidance only. Tax laws are complex and change regularly. We can't...