Businesses subject to the Hazardous Substance Cleanup Act (HSCA) should be aware that a new tax rate of 1.0429% will be going into effect on January 1, 2020. This will apply to the taxable gross receipts from the sale of petroleum or petroleum products. The Division of Revenue will be updating the rate in their […]
The implementation of last year’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) continues to affect many corporate taxpayers, particularly those that have filed extensions for the 2018 tax year. In Delaware, corporate income tax returns that are under extension are due on the same date as extended federal corporate income tax returns. Many taxpayer-related organizations have […]
Governor Carney Launches Delaware One Stop to Help Entrepreneurs Start, Operate, and Grow Businesses
Department of Finance | Department of Labor | Department of State | Department of Technology and Information | Government Information Center | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | The Economy | Date Posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Delaware One Stop is a convenient, centralized transactional platform created to help business owners work through the necessary steps to begin operation in Delaware.
Bond refunding saves taxpayers $15 million WILMINGTON, Del. – Delaware’s proactive fiscal management has been recognized with the announcement of the State’s triple-A bond ratings and an upgrade of the rating for Delaware Transportation Authority (DTA) bonds. The State’s ratings were issued in advance of the refunding of $123 million of Series 2009D Build America […]
Example Scam Letter April 2019 The Delaware Division of Revenue wants to alert citizens to a new taxpayer scam that is happening in Delaware. Victims may receive a letter from “The Bureau of Tax Enforcement” that threatens property seizure and wage garnishment unless they call a toll-free number to “avoid enforcement.” “These scam mailings […]