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Frequently Asked Questions
No, the confidentiality statutes of the Tax Administration Act preclude TRD from disclosing any taxpayer or taxpayer-related information.
Does the State of New Mexico pay rewards for supplying information that leads to the successful investigation and/or prosecution of tax fraud?
No, there is no provision in the New Mexico State Government Statutes or Rules or Regulations to allow rewards for tips and other information about tax fraud.Although there is no monetary reward for this specific purpose, if you supply the information, you can receive...
To correctly complete Form RPD-41129, Liquor Excise Tax Return , do not report negative amounts on either the form or on its schedules. A common reason for reporting negative numbers is entering incorrectly the number of alcoholic beverages on which the liquor excise...
To change registration information for: Cigarette Tax Gaming Tax Liquor Excise Tax Local Liquor Excise Tax Telecommunications Relay Service Surcharge Water Conservation Fee Use Form ACD-31015 Business Tax Registration to make changes and submit to the following...
File a return for each month, quarter or semi-annual period, depending upon your required filing frequency. If no water was produced for a report period, no report is due. File the H20 return on or before the 25th of the month following the close of the report period.
A person or entity that operates a public water supply system must file.
Calculate the Water Conservation Fee at three cents ($0.03) per thousand gallons of water produced.
Use Form RPD-41109, Water Conservation Fee .
Local Liquor Excise TaxComplete a corrected RPD-41277, Local Liquor Excise Tax Return and RPD-41071, Application for Tax Refund. If alcoholic beverages for which the local liquor excise tax was paid in a prior period were destroyed in shipment, spoiled, or otherwise...
New Mexico uses a seven-bracket, graduated-rate table ranging from 1.7% to 4.9% of taxable income.