Filing Requirements For Your
Retailers' Sales, Compensating Use, And Withhholding Tax

In accordance with Senate Bill 430 passed by the 2010 Kansas Legislature and subsequently signed into law by the Governor, businesses will be required to submit Retailers' Sales, Compensating Use taxes, and Withholding Tax returns electronically. This law took effect July 1, 2010. The department will no longer distribute paper forms. If you have questions about this law, please contact our office at 785-368-8222.

Kansas offers several electronic filing solutions. You can use KS WebTax for online filing and payment for most business tax accounts. First, create an email address and password then attach your business tax accounts. Each tax account has a unique Access Code that only needs to be entered once. This Access Code binds your account to your login. For future filings, you simply log into your account using your email address and password. A history of all returns filed or payments made is retained in KS WebTax.

You can also use the telephone to file returns and make payments for several tax accounts. Like KS WebTax, you will need an Access Code to access the correct tax account. The telephone option requires that you use this Access Code each time you file or make a payment.

For your Access Code assignment, call our Electronic Services staff at 785-296-6993. If you prefer, you may email Electronic Services at

Electronic tax payments must be made on or before the due date. Using the KS WebTax system, you can have your tax payment electronically debited from your bank account (ACH Debit). You may also choose to initiate your tax payment through your bank (ACH Credit). Credit card payments are also accepted through third-party vendors. Visit our web site at for a current list of vendors and their services.

The online KS WebTax application and the telephone filing options are simple, safe, and FREE and conveniently available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You also receive immediate confirmation that your return is filed.

To view a list of frequently asked questions regarding this mandate, click here.

Click here to find the electronic filing options available to you.