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The South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR or DOR) recently issued a draft of long-awaiting guidance overhauling DOR’s administrative practices concerning disputed tax audits, refunds, license revocations, and other related matters.  The draft guidance, SC Revenue Procedure #20-x, was released January 22, 2020.  If finalized, the new Revenue Procedure will apply to all administrative protests and appeals filed with SCDOR on or after the effective date of the Revenue Procedure (presently, January 2020), and including protests and appeals pending as of this date.

The ...

The South Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) has issued a proposed Revenue Ruling which will have a significant impact on South Carolina tobacco retailers, if finalized in its present form.  The proposed Revenue Ruling, to be effective on January 1, 2020, addresses tobacco manufacturer rebates and refunds to retailers, and which DOR characterizes as “buydowns” and “promotional payments”- i.e. sales volume discounts.  The proposed Revenue Ruling determines that these payments to retailers are subject to sales tax.

Tobacco manufacturers have provided their retailers ...

The South Carolina General Assembly approved a law on June 4, 2015 allowing the South Carolina Department of Revenue to offer an amnesty program to taxpayers in the state who have not filed tax returns and/or owe state taxes. The law becomes effective on the Governor's signature. Adoption of the law was advocated by the Department of Revenue.

The new law, South Carolina Code Section 12-47-397, is designed to encourage voluntary compliance and payment of taxes owed to the State. The law authorizes the South Carolina Department of Revenue to establish an amnesty program and to designate ...

The South Carolina Department of Revenue ("DOR") is the state agency charged with collecting most South Carolina taxes, including income taxes, sales and use taxes, and withholding taxes. If a taxpayer fails to pay an assessed tax liability, DOR may file a tax lien against a taxpayer, with the lien notice being filed in one or more of the county register of deeds offices. The filing of the lien notice makes the delinquent tax liability a matter of public record.

Prior to March 1, 2014, when a taxpayer fully paid the amount secured by a filed tax lien, DOR would file a lien satisfaction with the ...

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