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New BOE eReg System to Help Cities by Making Tax Revenues Easier to Collect

June 29, 2012

The Board of Equalization (BOE) has launched a new electronic registration (eReg) system to make it easier and quicker for businesses to register online for permits and licenses and properly report sales and use taxes. 

 

eReg can be used to:

  • Apply for a seller’s permit;
  • Pay use tax on one-time purchases;
  • Pay use tax for vehicles, vessels, aircraft and manufactured or mobile homes;
  • Register as a cigarette retailer and pay the licensing fee;
  • Register to pay taxes on Internet purchases of cigarette or tobacco products; and
  • Register for other tax and fee programs administered by BOE.

The new system will benefit cities since a significant portion of local government funds come from sales and use tax revenues collected by BOE.

For more information about eReg, please visit BOE's website.



 
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