Email Contact Info for Every State’s Sales Tax Department

by Jennifer Dunn August 9, 2017


Even though the year is 2017, many states are not equipped to help taxpayers by email. However, we’re asked often enough by our customers for state email addresses that we decided to put together this resource.

Important to note: Though every state is different, don’t expect a quick response to your sales tax questions from these email addresses. If you need a quick answer from a state, we recommend a phone call. Here’s a list of phone numbers and menu options that will allow you to speak with a sales tax person in each state as quickly as possible.

(We’re also not in the business of helping spammers email the states. The email addresses below have been obfuscated behind the scenes to prevent email-harvesting robots from scraping them.)

Alabama – [email protected]

Arizona – No valid email address found. 

Arkansas – [email protected]

California California Department of Tax Fee Administration contact form (this department was formerly the California Board of Equalization)

Colorado Colorado Department of Revenue contact form

Connecticut – [email protected]

Florida – [email protected]

Georgia – [email protected]

Hawaii – [email protected]

Idaho – [email protected]

Illinois – [email protected]

Indiana Indiana Department of Revenue contact form

Iowa Iowa Department of Revenue contact form

Kansas – [email protected]

Kentucky Kentucky Department of Revenue contact form

Louisiana – [email protected] gov

Maine – [email protected]

Maryland – [email protected]

Massachusetts Massachusetts Department of Revenue contact form

Michigan Michigan Department of Treasury contact form

Minnesota – [email protected]

Mississippi – No valid email address found. 

Missouri – [email protected]

Nebraska Nebraska Department of Revenue contact form

Nevada Nevada Department of Taxation contact form

New Jersey New Jersey Division of Taxation contact form

New Mexico New Mexico Taxation & Revenue contact form

New York – No valid email address found. 

North Carolina North Carolina Department of Revenue contact form

North Dakota – [email protected]

Ohio Ohio Department of Taxation contact form

Oklahoma Oklahoma Tax Commission contact form

Pennsylvania – [email protected]

Rhode Island – [email protected]

South Carolina – [email protected]

South Dakota – [email protected]

Tennessee Tennessee Department of Revenue contact form

Texas – [email protected]

Utah – [email protected]

Vermont – [email protected]

Virginia – No valid email address found. 

Washington Washington State Department of Revenue contact form

Washington D.C. – No valid email address found.

West Virginia – [email protected]

Wisconsin – [email protected]

Wyoming – [email protected] or [email protected]

I do want to reiterate that the best way to get a quick answer from a state taxing authority is through a phone call. Here’s that list of the best phone numbers and which automated menu buttons to push to reach each state’s sales tax representatives.

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