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R.I. begins accepting tax returns for 2020

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation has officially begun accepting resident and nonresident personal income tax returns for tax year 2020, the R.I....

Rhode Island tax season starts Feb. 12

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation will begin accepting taxpayers’ personal income filings on Feb. 12, mirroring the start to the federal tax-filing...

OMB: Two-thirds of eligible restaurants, bars have not applied for state...

PROVIDENCE – Just over a third of restaurants and bars eligible for grants intended to offset losses by state-imposed early closures have applied, according...

State announces changes to ‘pause grants’ for businesses

PROVIDENCE – More flexibility in how R.I businesses can apply for state grant funds during the two-week pause is expected to help grow demand,...

R.I. website helps restaurants navigate new grant program

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation has unveiled a webpage and online application for a grant program to aid restaurants and bars that...

R.I. tax incentive/credit programs account for $32.2M in FY20

PROVIDENCE – Tax credits and incentives under the state's Jobs Development Act, Historic Preservation Tax Credits and Motion Picture Production Tax Credits totaled $32.2...

R.I. Division of Taxation office reopens after damage from riots

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation office reopened to the public Friday after a week-and-a-half-long closure due to damage from riots in downtown,...

R.I. Taxation Division grants 1-month extension on quarterly tax filings

PROVIDENCE – Seeking to offer financial relief to struggling taxpayers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the R.I. Department of Revenue’s Division of Taxation has postponed...

Vacation-property owners, short-term rental owners, hotels required to notify visitors of...

PROVIDENCE – More than 9,000 hotels, vacation-property owners and short-term rental owners should have already received a mailer from the R.I. Division of Taxation...

R.I. extends tax filing deadlines to July 15 due to COVID-19...

PROVIDENCE – No penalties or interest will apply to individuals and certain business entities who file tax returns and pay balances due on or...

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