Privacy and Security
When you visit our website, the Taxation and Revenue Department does not capture your personal information without your permission. We collect only the minimum information needed to meet the website’s purposes.
Use of This Policy
Visitors to the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department Website
Among the information we may collect about visitors who view or download information from our website are date, time, client IP, server IP, HTTP status, HTTP request URL, bytes sent, bytes received, user agent, referrer and protocol version.
This information helps us understand how you use our website services so we can improve them. The information in our website logs is not personally identifiable. We make no attempt to link it to the people who browse our pages.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable information is readily identifiable to a specific individual, such as name, street address, email address, or telephone number. We do not collect this information unless you voluntarily send us an email message, fill out and send a form online, or fill out personal information and send in a survey.
Any such information you give is subject to public inspection and may be disclosed in a legal proceeding unless it specifically protected under state law.
If you send us an email message, we will not sell your email address or give it to private companies for marketing purposes.
We use surveys only for their stated purpose. If you give us personally identifiable information, it may be subject to public inspection and legal disclosure and may be saved for a period of time before it is destroyed.
Our website content provides general information only. Please be aware that subsequent legislation, regulations, court decisions, revenue rulings, notices and announcements may affect the accuracy of the website’s content.
This website’s content does not constitute a regulation, ruling or decision issued by the Secretary of the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department. The Department is legally bound only by a regulation or ruling (7-1-60 NMSA 1978). In the event of a conflict between the contents of this website and statute, regulation, case law or policy, the information in this website is overridden by statutes, regulations and case law.
Taxpayers and tax preparers are responsible for being aware of our state’s tax laws and rules. Consult us directly if you have questions or concerns about information provided on this website. Please contact the district tax office nearest you.