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OTR and the DC Bar Pro Bono Center to Host a Series of Workshops for Organizations Exempt From D.C. Income and Business Taxes

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) in partnership with the DC Bar Pro Bono Center will host a series of workshops on the District’s new filing requirements for tax exempt organizations. This event will serve as a great way … Continue reading

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Do You Owe District Taxes? Make Easy Payments Via MyTax.DC.gov

As the deadline to file the individual income tax return is now upon us.  The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers that there are payment options available for any outstanding liabilities owed to the District of Columbia. OTR’s tax … Continue reading

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Individual Income Tax Deadline Days Away; Returns and Final Payments due Monday, April 15

The District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers and tax preparers that the deadline to file their individual income tax return, and remit payment due, is days away – Monday, April 15. Below are some points … Continue reading

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OTR to Host 2nd Real Property Tax “Pop-Up” Workshop on March 26

We had such great questions at our first “pop-up” event that the OTR team is popping up again! This time we’ll be at Petworth Neighborhood Library, 4200 Kansas Ave. NW, on March 26 from 6:30-8pm. Presenters: Deputy Chief Financial Officer … Continue reading

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OTR to Host Real Property Tax “Pop-Up” Workshop on March 7

This week, the Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) mailed 2020 assessment value notices to more than 200,000 District property owners. Property owners who have questions about their assessment are invited to attend a “Pop-Up” workshop at the Mt. Pleasant … Continue reading

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DC Taxpayers May Receive up to $1,000 Based on Eligible Child Care Expenses

For tax year 2018 ONLY, District taxpayers can receive a tax credit based on the amount of eligible child care expenses paid by the taxpayer, up to $1,000, per eligible child. To help District taxpayers learn more about the Early … Continue reading

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Small Businesses May Receive A Small Retailer Property Tax Relief Credit

A new law allows qualified corporations and unincorporated businesses engaged in the business of making sales at retail to claim a refundable franchise tax credit of up to $5,000 based on the amount of real property taxes or rent that … Continue reading

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