Pay past due taxes online

Delinquent Tax Payment Portal

If you have a tax bill that is past due, you can now pay your debt or set up a payment plan online through our new Webportal. It’s part of our agency wide work to make services more accessible and convenient for the people we serve.


File your Kansas income tax for free! WebFile is an online application for filing Kansas Individual Income Tax Returns. It is your fast and paperless way to file, and refunds can be deposited directly into your bank account. Click the button below to get started.

Income Tax Increase

The 2017 Kansas legislature enacted an income tax increase that will affect almost every working Kansan and many businesses. See official tax notices stemming from the new law, new withholding tax tables and try out the tax calculator.

Refund Status

To obtain information regarding the status of your current year Income tax return or Homestead refund, you must enter your social security number, the amount of your expected refund and select your tax return type.

Common Questions and Answers

Homestead WebFile is a FREE way to file Homestead claims. Like KS WebFile, refunds can be deposited directly into your bank account. Homestead WebFile is safe and secure. While all claim requirements must be met and information verified, filing electronically can speed up the refund process. File your Homestead claim now by clicking here.

The Homestead Refund is a rebate program for the property taxes paid by homeowners. The refund is based on a portion of the property tax paid on a Kansas resident’s home. The maximum refund is $700.

To qualify you must be a Kansas resident, living in Kansas the entire year. Your total household income must be $35,000 or less.

You must also meet one of the following requirements:

  • You were born before Jan. 1, 1963; OR
  • You must have been totally and permanently disabled or blind during the entire year, regardless of your age; OR
  • You must have had a dependent child living with you all of last year who was born before Jan. 1, 2018, and was under the age of 18 the entire year.

Get more information here.

Retailers must use destination-based sourcing rules to correctly identify the local sales tax to charge on a retail sales transaction. Under the destination-based sourcing rules, sales generally are sourced to the location where the purchaser receives the item sold. Retailers who ship or deliver sold items to their customers’ locations will be required to collect the local sales tax in effect where delivery is made.

For more information visit the Streamlined Sales Tax Project page.

You will need to:

  1. Sign-in or register with the Kansas Department of Revenue Customer Service Center.
  2. Select one of the below exemption certificate types.
  3. Complete and submit an exemption certificate application.

Complete the form DO-41. IMPORTANT: The Department cannot provide to an employee a copy of the employee's form W-2. The employee must request a copy of the employee's form W-2 from the employee's employer issuing the W-2.

You can contact the Taxpayer Assistance Center at 785-368-8222, 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. You may also email them at
Please visit the Kansas Business Center for information on registering a business in Kansas.

Did you know

If you are due a federal income tax refund, you only have three years to file and claim it. Please click here to find out more!


Small Business Workshops

Are you an entrepreneur looking to start a new business but aren't sure what steps you need to take? Consider attending a one-day small business workshop! See the schedule here.