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Delaware’s Tax Season Officially Starts January 27

Division of Revenue Director Jennifer R. Hudson has announced that Delaware will begin processing 2019 individual income tax returns on Monday, January 27, 2020. To expedite this process, citizens are encouraged to file their 2019 State of Delaware Personal Income Taxes online at de.gov/filetax or through their tax software provider. The 2019 tax year filing […]




Revenue Offers Assistance to Corporate Tax Filers

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 […]




Scam Alert: Revenue Warns Taxpayers of Fraudulent Letters

  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 […]




Tax Reform and Your Delaware Itemized Deductions

Prior to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), individuals were permitted to claim an unlimited amount of state and local real property and income taxes paid as itemized deductions. Starting with tax years 2018, those deductions will be limited. Delaware follows federal law regarding itemized deductions, and taxpayers will be entitled to an itemized […]




Overstated Withholding May Delay Your Tax Refund

With tax season well underway, Division of Revenue officials are noting an uptick in Delaware returns reporting overstated Delaware income tax withholding. The appropriate amount to report is limited to the total in Box 17 of the W-2 form provided by your employer (or the sum of those amounts if you have multiple employers), plus […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Division of Revenue"

Delaware’s Tax Season Officially Starts January 27

Division of Revenue Director Jennifer R. Hudson has announced that Delaware will begin processing 2019 individual income tax returns on Monday, January 27, 2020. To expedite this process, citizens are encouraged to file their 2019 State of Delaware Personal Income Taxes online at de.gov/filetax or through their tax software provider. The 2019 tax year filing […]




Revenue Offers Assistance to Corporate Tax Filers

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 […]




Scam Alert: Revenue Warns Taxpayers of Fraudulent Letters

  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 […]




Tax Reform and Your Delaware Itemized Deductions

Prior to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), individuals were permitted to claim an unlimited amount of state and local real property and income taxes paid as itemized deductions. Starting with tax years 2018, those deductions will be limited. Delaware follows federal law regarding itemized deductions, and taxpayers will be entitled to an itemized […]




Overstated Withholding May Delay Your Tax Refund

With tax season well underway, Division of Revenue officials are noting an uptick in Delaware returns reporting overstated Delaware income tax withholding. The appropriate amount to report is limited to the total in Box 17 of the W-2 form provided by your employer (or the sum of those amounts if you have multiple employers), plus […]