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South Carolina Announces A New Department of Revenue Website!

Posted by Noelle Ard on Thu, Jan 08, 2015 @ 11:04 AM

scdor-logo-dec14The South Carolina Department of Revenue launched a new website recently. While a new DOR website may not be BIG news outside the sales and use tax compliance industry, this is a great step for taxpayers! Although South Carolina’s upgrades may not provide the benefits that Arizona is incorporating into their “Transaction Tax Simplification” project (for more details on the Arizona Transaction Tax Simplification project see my previous posting); certainly we can all agree that anything to enhance the South Carolina e-filing experience is a benefit!

The new and improved website was rolled out on December 19th, 2014 and provides users a new look, and a new way to access the information they need. South Carolina promised a more user-friendly platform with easy navigation for all taxpayer needs.

When you visit the current website, you will automatically be redirected to the new website which is Some of the features included in the new website release are:

  • An audience-focused approach to organizing information to provide a customized user experience
  • An advanced search function to quickly find what you need
  • A fresh, inviting look with well-structured navigation
  • A rededication to timeliness so you can be sure that you have the latest news and information
  • A responsive, mobile friendly design so you can access the information you need anytime, anywhere

It looks like South Carolina will continue to enhance their website and filings over time, as all e-Services will function as they do today, however, additional improvements are being discussed.

While the updating of a website is hardly exciting for some, those of us in the industry have seen what improvements to a website can do and the time it can save for our monthly processing and reporting.

Topics: sales and use tax, Department of Revenue website improvements, Taxpayers