Along with a modern new website design, the South Carolina Department of Revenue also recently updated their tax portal. What this means for online sellers is if you choose to file your South Carolina sales tax returns online then you might be in for a bit of a learning curve with the new process. (Unless you choose to use AutoFile and let TaxJar handle all the work for you!)
At TaxJar, we also updated our South Carolina state sales tax report so you have all the information you need to file your South Carolina sales tax return. Just login to TaxJar and click South Carolina
Quick Facts on How to File a South Carolina Sales Tax Return
1.) The new system is called MyDORWAY. You can access MyDORWAY here.
2.) If you previously used “eSales” from South Carolina you should now use MyDORWAY. eSales will no longer be available, so update your bookmarks!
3.) You’ll need the following info to create your MyDORWAY account:
How to File Your South Carolina Sales Tax Return the Easy Way
Now we’ll go over how to use TaxJar to file your South Carolina sales tax return using the new system.
1.) Login to your TaxJar account – No account yet? No problem! Create an account today and we’ll import all of your transactions from the shopping carts and online channels on which you sell, including Amazon, eBay, Shopify, Square, Bigcommerce, Magento and more. No more compiling reports and dealing with spreadsheets. TaxJar will compile your transactions and show you how much you collected in South Carolina.
2.) Click “South Carolina” on your Dashboard.
3.) Check out our updated South Carolina state report. Instead of only showing you the counties and taxes collected, we now show you counties, cities and their various taxes, such as capital project taxes and transportation taxes along with the counties collected in each. (Note: You may see some counties listed twice, so be sure to note that when filling out your South Carolina sales tax return. See Richland County below as an example).
4.) For more about using TaxJar’s South Carolina sales tax report to file your return manually, click “Steps to File Manually” at the bottom of the page.
Have any questions or feedback about how to file a South Carolina sales tax return? Start the conversation in the comments or, for specific account questions, email [email protected]!