Sneak Peek of MyTax.DC.gov

Snapshot of MyTax.DC.gov’s Homepage

With November approaching, we are working around the clock to provide all information needed for the launch of the new tax portal, MyTax.DC.gov.

Here’s a sneak peek of the MyTax.DC.gov homepage.

The new portal will make it simpler, faster, and safer to view and pay individual income and business taxes. For some tax types, taxpayers can also use the portal to file their tax returns.

SIMPLER: Taxpayers can FILE the following tax returns and extensions:

  • Withholding Tax Returns
  • Corporate Franchise Tax Extensions
  • Unincorporated Franchise Tax Extensions
  • Partnership Tax Extensions
  • Individual Income Tax Extensions
  • Fiduciary Income Tax Extensions
  • Estate Tax Extensions

Additionally, taxpayers can View and Pay certain taxes.

FASTER: MyTax.DC.gov will provide non-login services directly from the homepage.

  • Check the status of a refund
  • Register a new business
  • File extensions and make payments
  • Make quick payments (by e-check or credit card)

SAFER: To take full advantage of all the features that MyTax.DC.gov provides, we encourage taxpayers to sign up for a MyTax.DC.gov account. Once logged in to the portal, taxpayers can benefit from the full range of services:

  • Send and receive secure e-messages with attachments
  • View and print OTR letters and notices
  • Assign third party access electronically
  • Schedule payments
  • File and pay Withholding Returns

Stay tuned for more information!

Quick Links

MyTax.DC.gov FAQs

OTR Twitter Page – @DC_OTR

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5 Responses to Sneak Peek of MyTax.DC.gov

  1. Pingback: eTSC Users Must Sign-Up to Use MyTax.DC.gov | MyTax.DC.gov

  2. Pingback: Important Reminder: SSNs Will No Longer Be Accepted To Access Your Withholding Accounts | MyTax.DC.gov

  3. Pingback: eTSC Users Must Sign Up to Use MyTax.DC.gov; Current Info in eTSC Will Not Transfer | MyTax.DC.gov

  4. Mrs. A. L. Weston says:

    The District Government should allow for Real Property taxes bt credit card either in person or online. It is much safer than the eCheck system. Also it gives District residents another level of security for their payments.

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    • Mrs. A. L. Weston says:

      I am sorry for the error in my comment. I meant to say The District Government should allow for payment of Real Property Taxes by credit card either in person or online. It is much safer than the eCheck system and provides District residents another level of security.

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