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Which Taxes Can I File and Pay Electronically?

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The following is a list of tax types that can currently be filed electronically with the Department of Revenue. Click on the specific tax for detailed steps on filing. Regardless of which electronic filing option you choose, tax payments must be made by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). For detailed information on electronic payments, click here.

Tax Type
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All business tax returns due on or after January 1, 2014 must be filed and paid electronically.
Tennessee's Consumer Use Tax is due on items brought into Tennessee that have not had Tennessee sales and use tax paid. Convenient electronic filing and payment is available.
Yes, for all entities filing form FAE 170
Effective January 1, 2014, all filings of and payments related to franchise and excise tax returns (FAE 170) must be made electronically. Financial institutions filing form FAE 174 are not required to file and pay this tax electronically.
Effective Jan. 1, 2014, individual income tax returns filed using an approved software vendor must be made electronically and payments submitted electronically.
Effective Jan. 1, 2013, all professional privilege tax returns and payments must be made electronically. This requirement does not apply to payers of the tax on professional athletes.
After Oct. 1, 2013, all sales and use tax returns and associated payments must be submitted electronically.

Note to Taxpayers: Tenn. Code Ann. 67-1-115 allows the Department of Revenue to require any return, report, claim, statement, application, or other document filed with the department, including any payment or remittance that accompanies such document, to be submitted electronically. The department must notify taxpayers regarding any new requirments. Please refer to this website for notices regarding future changes.