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Approvals are listed by vendor product and the type of return(s) approved to submit.
Payroll software vendors must have their software approved by the Montana Department of Revenue.
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This presentation serves to provide assistance and clarification regarding some complex interpretations between state and federal law, enforcement authority, investigation processes and general assistance to employees and employers alike.
Before approving the software, the Department of Revenue first tests the software to ensure that we can successfully receive and process payroll forms submitted with the software.
PPB-8 (PTAP) - Property Tax Assistance Application PPB-8A (MDV) - Montana Disabled Veteran Property Tax Relief Application Form 2EC - Homeowner/Renter Income Tax Credit AB-25 - Natural Disaster Application The Department of Revenue expresses sincere sympathy to those Montanans whose homes, lands and other property have been damaged or destroyed by a natural disaster. If you are a Montana property owner who has experienced a loss of your dwelling, other buildings, or forestland due to a natural disaster, you may be eligible for property tax relief or an income tax filing extension.
The relief is prorated based on the number of days in the current tax year that the property was unsuitable for its previous use.
You can apply by completing a Natural Disaster Application ( Form AB-25).
The landowner must show that the stocking rate of the lands has been reduced below the minimum requirements.