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The South Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) issued a draft Revenue Ruling to provide guidelines to counties who are considering imposing, or are currently imposing, a transportation tax. Comments on the draft Revenue Ruling can be submitted until April 12, 2022, and a conference, if requested, will be held on April 19, 2022 at 11:00 am at DOR’s main office in Columbia.

The draft Revenue Ruling follows the South Carolina Supreme Court decision in Richland County and the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority v. S.C. Department of Revenue, 811 S.E.2d 758 (2018) which ...

Taxpayers who disagree with a proposed tax assessment issued by the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR or DOR) may or may not be able reach an agreement at the administrative level. When taxpayers and SCDOR cannot resolve a proposed tax assessment at the administrative level, DOR will issue a Department Determination. A taxpayer can then seek judicial review of the Department Determination by filing a request for a contested case hearing with the South Carolina Administrative Law Court (ALC) within 30 days of the issuance of the Department Determination. This is the only ...

For property tax purposes, the South Carolina Department of Revenue has the sole responsibility for appraising real and personal property used by specified businesses, including utilities, manufacturers, and transportation businesses (e.g. railways and airlines).  The South Carolina Department of Revenue is authorized to use any accepted or recognized valuation method which reflects property’s fair market value, including methods with the unit valuation concept, when appraising real and personal property for property tax purposes.

The unit valuation method is not set ...

Anyone who buys tangible personal property from out-of-state and brings it into South Carolina is responsible for paying a use tax of 6% on the sales price of the property, plus any local tax rate addition.  Individuals may report purchases subject to use tax on their individual income tax return (SC 1040, Line 26).  The Department of Revenue publishes a worksheet, UT-3W, which can be used to determine the purchases subject to use tax and the amount of use tax due.  An individual who does not report use tax purchases on his or her income tax return should file Form UT-3, Use Tax Payment Return.  ...

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