December Sales Tax Due Dates 2016

by Jennifer Dunn November 1, 2020


Luckily December is pretty chill, laid back and cool for online sellers… Who am I kidding? You’re in the throes of Q4 and the last thing you want to think about between meeting shipping deadlines and keeping the virtual shelves stocked is sales tax! Fortunately, only monthly sales tax filers need to worry about a sales tax filing due date this month. So if you file quarterly or annually, get back to work. We’ll see you next month for the January “Sales Tax Storm”!

But if you’re a monthly filer, we’ve compiled your sales tax due dates here for your convenience. Find your state below to see your sales tax due date.

December 2016 Sales Tax Due Dates, in Order of State

An (A) symbol means that state has an Amazon Fulfillment Center.

Alabama
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Arizona (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 21, 2016

Arkansas
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

California (A)
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

Colorado
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Connecticut (A)
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

District of Columbia
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Florida (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Georgia (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Hawaii
Monthly general excise tax and use tax due on December 20, 2016

Idaho
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Illinois
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Indiana (A)
a.) Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016 – for filers with greater than $1k monthly sales tax liability

b.) Monthly sales tax due December 30, 2016 – for filers with less than $1k monthly average sales tax liability

Iowa
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Kansas (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2016

Kentucky (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Louisiana
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Maine
Monthly sales tax due on December 15, 2016

Maryland (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Massachusetts (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Michigan
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Minnesota (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Mississippi
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Missouri (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Nebraska
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2016 (usual due date, December 25, falls on a weekend)

Nevada (A)
Monthly sales tax due January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

New Jersey (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

New Mexico
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2016 (usual due date, December 25, falls on a weekend)

New York
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

North Carolina
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

North Dakota
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

Ohio (A)
Monthly universal use tax due on December 23, 2016

Oklahoma
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Pennsylvania (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Rhode Island
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

South Carolina (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

South Dakota
Monthly sales tax due on December 23, 2016 (if filing on paper) & December 23, 2016 if filing and paying online

Tennessee (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Texas (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Utah
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

Vermont
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2016 (usual due date, December 25, falls on a weekend)

Virginia (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Washington (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2016 (usual due date, December 25, falls on a weekend)

West Virginia
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2016

Wisconsin (A)
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)

Wyoming
Monthly sales tax due on January 2, 2017 (usual due date, December 31, falls on a weekend)Please note: This blog is for informational purposes only. Be advised that sales tax rules and laws are subject to change at any time. For specific sales tax advice regarding your business, contact a tax advisor.


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