Many businesses may qualify for several tax incentives offered by Washington. These incentives include deferrals, reduced B&O rates, exemptions, and credits.
Your annual filing requirement
If your business claimed a tax incentive, you are required to file an Annual Tax Performance Report (previously called the Annual Survey and Annual Report) by May 31 of each year. If May 31 falls on a weekend or state holiday, your due date is the next business day. If you don’t file reports (due after July 1, 2017) on time, you will be billed 35 or 50 percent of the incentive you claimed. You can read our Special Notice, Changes to Annual Tax Incentive Reports and Surveys, for more information.
The Annual Tax Performance Report is now available to file in my My DOR.
Check each tax incentive below for information on your reporting requirements.
List of rural counties (from OFM)
See if your business is in a CEZ. Enter the address in our Tax Rate Lookup Tool.