Kansas ~ Personal Income, Sales and Use Taxes: Late Filing Fees Waived for Businesses Impacted by Tornado

The Kansas Department of Revenue has announced that in light of the recent tornado in the city of Harveyville, the department will waive late filing fees associated with withholding tax and state sales tax liabilities for businesses in Harveyville and Wabaunsee County that were affected by the weather and that file these taxes late. Businesses not affected by the storms are required to file monthly state sales and withholding taxes on time. Businesses needing replacement copies of their tax returns can call the department at (785) 368-8222 for free replacements.

Release, Kansas Department of Revenue, February 29, 2012

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