Quick Tax is the online system taxpayers may use to file tax returns, make payments, register a business, view and make changes to their accounts with the City and view notices and letters sent by the City. You can also print tax forms and mail them.
Tax professionals FAQ
Property taxes and property tax rates
2013 Withholding and Convention & Tourism due dates
Report suspected tax avoidance and evasion
Convention and Tourism Tax Regulations
In most cases, tax refunds are issued when taxpayers overpay the amount of taxes due. If you believe you have overpaid your taxes, you may file for a refund through Quick Tax or by mail. Be sure to include all income information and any supporting documentation. To check the status of a refund, use Quick Tax, email Taxpayer Services or call 816-513-1120.
- Tax examination and appeal process
- Bankruptcy and garnishment: For questions, contact Taxpayer Services at 816-513-1120 and ask to speak with a Post Legal representative.
- Received a bill or letter: Contact the representative on the bill or letter. If the letter does not provide a name, contact Taxpayer Services at 816-513-1120.
Tax payment methods
- Payments can be submitted by electronic check (EFT) via the Revenue Division’s online Quick Tax system.
- You can also pay by check if submitting a paper return.
- You may pay online with a credit or debit card through Quick Tax (a third-party convenience fee will apply). Debit cards will be processed as credit cards. Accepted credit cards include American Express, Discover, Master Card, and Visa.
- Cash, credit or debit cards, and checks are accepted in our offices (Treasury Department–City Hall, first floor). Please visit the Revenue Division prior to making cash payments.
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