How to contact Rhode Island Division of taxation?

How to contact Rhode Island Division of taxation?

If you have questions about letters of good standing, call the Rhode Island Division of Taxation’s Collections section at (401) 574-8941 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. business days, or email: [email protected]

How to file business tax in Rhode Island?

Sign up here to create your Rhode Island business tax EFT filing account. Don’t have an RI ID number? Business application and registration form available at the Division of Taxation Web site, or call 401-574-8938.

Who is the tax attorney for Rhode Island?

Savage was an associate with Edwards & Angell and a staff attorney for Rhode Island Legal Services before beginning work at DBR. In all, she has more than 25 years of experience in the legal field. Savage holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Texas A&M University and a juris doctorate degree from American University.

How much tax do you pay on rental in Rhode Island?

If you rent out an entire house, an entire cottage, an entire condo, an entire apartment, or other such accommodation, and the rental period is for 30 days or less, collect from your tenants the 7% sales tax and the 1% hotel tax and send all of the tax revenue to the Rhode Island Division of Taxation.

What is Ri corporate tax?

The State of Rhode Island, like almost every other state, has a corporation income tax. In Rhode Island, the corporate tax generally is a flat 7% of net income with a $400 minimum tax.

What is Ri withholding?

The Rhode Island withholding law requires employers in the state to withhold Rhode Island income tax from wages of residents for performing services both inside and outside the state and of nonresidents for service performed within the state.

What is the sales tax rate in Providence RI?

The 7.00% sales tax rate in Providence consists of 7.00% Rhode Island state sales tax.

What is the income tax rate in Rhode Island?

Like most other states in the Northeast, Rhode Island has both a statewide income tax and sales tax. The income tax rates range from 3.75% up to 5.99%. The highest marginal rate applies to taxpayers earning more than $137,650 per year.