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South Carolina Mandates Solid Waste Tax

South Carolina Mandates Solid Waste Tax

The mandate requires that all solid waste taxpayers in the state file and pay electronically.

An electronic mandate requiring all solid waste taxpayers in South Carolina to file and pay electronically has taken effect.

South Carolina’s Solid Waste Tax applies to the sale of motor oil and lubricants, tires and lead-acid batteries, among other items. The easiest way to file and pay South Carolina business taxes electronically is by using the South Carolina Department of Revenue's free online tax portal, MyDORWAY. That allows business owners and tax professionals to manage all their tax accounts from one login, make payments, file returns, calculate penalties and interest and view related correspondence.

The Times and Democrat has more:

An electronic mandate on South Carolina's Solid Waste Tax goes into effect March 1, which will require all solid waste taxpayers to file and pay electronically.

South Carolina's Solid Waste Tax applies to the sale of motor oil and lubricants, tires, lead-acid batteries, and white goods, such as refrigerators. The tax provides for a solid waste reduction and recycling program.

Electronic mandates require certain taxes be filed, and in many cases paid, electronically. If an electronic mandate is in effect and a taxpayer does not file electronically, penalties and interest will apply.

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