Application forms for the 2015 Tax Amnesty Program are now available online at http://www.ksrevenue.org/taxamnesty.html.
The web page also includes eligibility information and a list of frequently asked questions.
The state is offering a tax amnesty program where the state will waive penalties and interest assessed by the state for unpaid taxes if the tax debt for an approved application is paid in full between Sept. 1 and Oct. 15, 2015.
“This is a limited-time offer aimed at helping Kansans get out of tax debt with the state,” said Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan.
The opportunity is available to Kansas taxpayers who owe individual or business tax debt with the state accrued before Dec. 31, 2013. The amnesty does not apply to matters that are in appeal.
An application form, eligibility information and answers to frequently asked questions are available at www.ksrevenue.org/taxamnesty.html.
Individuals, corporate and fiduciaries can apply for income tax amnesty. And amnesty for privilege tax, estate tax, withholding and estimated tax, state and local sales tax, state and local compensating use tax, liquor enforcement tax, liquor drinking tax, cigarette and tobacco products tax and mineral severance tax will also be considered.