Sales Tax Due Dates

December Sales Tax Due Dates 2017

by Jennifer Dunn


December Sales Tax Deadlines

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And one of many reasons December is so wonderful for online sellers is that most do not have a sales tax filing due. Still, if you file monthly, or file in New York (which has a different quarterly filing calendar than most other states) you still may have sales tax due this month.

Find your state on our calendar to see your due date. And if you’d rather take sales tax off your plate, try TaxJar AutoFile and let us automatically file your sales tax for you!

An (A) symbol means that state has an Amazon Fulfillment Center.

December Sales Tax Due Dates, in Order of State

Alabama
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Arizona (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Arkansas
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

California (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

Colorado
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Connecticut (A)
Quarterly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

District of Columbia
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Florida (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 19, 2017

Georgia
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Hawaii
Monthly general excise tax and use tax due on December 20, 2017

Idaho
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Illinois
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Indiana (A)
a.) Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017 – for filers with greater than $1k monthly sales tax liability

b.) Monthly sales tax due December 31, 2017 – for filers with less than $1k monthly average sales tax liability

Iowa
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Kansas (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2017* (usual due date, December 25, falls on a holiday)

Kentucky (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Louisiana
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Maine
Monthly sales tax due on December 15, 2017

Maryland (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Massachusetts (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Michigan
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Minnesota
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Mississippi
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Missouri
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Nebraska
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Nevada (A)
Monthly sales tax due December 31, 2017

New Jersey (A)
Quarterly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

New Mexico
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2017* (usual due date, December 25, falls on a holiday)

New York
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Quarterly sales tax due December 20, 2017

North Carolina
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

North Dakota
Monthly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

Ohio
Monthly universal use tax due on December 26, 2017* (usual due date, December 25, falls on a holiday)

Oklahoma
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Pennsylvania(A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Rhode Island
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

South Carolina (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

South Dakota
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2017* (if filing on paper) & December 26, 2017* if filing and paying online (usual due date, December 23, falls on a holiday weekend)

Tennessee (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Texas (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Utah
Monthly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

Vermont
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2017* (usual due date, December 25, falls on a holiday)

Virginia (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Washington (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 26, 2017* (usual due date, December 25, falls on a holiday)

West Virginia
Monthly sales tax due on December 20, 2017

Wisconsin (A)
Monthly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

Wyoming
Monthly sales tax due on December 31, 2017

Do you have any questions about sales tax filing? Check out Sales Tax 101 for Online Sellers, or start the conversation in the comments!

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