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July 31, 2012 > New eReg Program helps thousands of businesses

New eReg Program helps thousands of businesses

Latest innovation from BOE saves time for taxpayers

Submitted By Yating Campbell

Taxpayers are finding the Board of Equalization's new electronic registration system, eReg, to be quick, convenient and time-saving. More than 25,000 taxpayers have used eReg since it went online June 18, 2012 and many say they are pleased with the flexibility it offers.

Customers can access eReg anytime and anywhere from their computer to apply for a seller's permit, pay use tax and register for other tax and fee programs. Additionally, if users do not have time to complete the application process, they can save their application and finish it later.

eReg also allows you to register for a special tax or fee account such as International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) accounts and Cigarette and Tobacco Products Retailer's Licenses; add a new business location; easily make use tax payments; view the status of your account(s) online; and access helpful reference materials, forms and publications.

The service is one of several cutting edge e-services BOE has launched to improve the taxpayer experience and help businesses succeed. BOE ePay, a mobile application, allows taxpayers to make payments to their BOE tax and fee accounts from their iPhone, Android or any other mobile device. eFile is a free electronic filing system enabling taxpayers to go online to file tax returns and make payments.

Find out more exciting information about eReg from our short video at youtube/yajs02nalvQ.

For a comprehensive list of features and to learn how eReg can help you, visit www.boe.ca.gov/elecsrv/ereg.

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