AZ Electronically Filed Returns Delay

There have been a few Arizona taxpayers who may have had a delay in receiving an acknowledgement of acceptance or rejection from the Arizona Department of Revenue after electronically filing their income tax return. Click above to read the latest update.


SC Reminds Taxpayers ProtectMyID Deadline for Enrollment

All South Carolina taxpayers are encouraged to enroll with the state provided credit monitoring program, ProtectMyID. With the enrollment deadline of March 31, 2013 quickly approaching, the Department of Revenue is urging all individuals to sign up. Please see the attached memo and should you have questions about the enrollment process, please contact the Department of Revenue at (803) 898-7638.


New Hampshire Income Tax Processing Delays 

Click above to read the details of the processing delay with New Hampshire income tax returns. You may reach the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration with your tax questions, or to comment, at (603) 230-5000.


Mississippi Requires Page 0 for Income Tax Processing

For tax year 2012, failure to include Page 0 with your Individual Income and Fiduciary tax forms will result in the form being returned to the taxpayer or preparer, depending on who filed the return. Please click the link above to read the notice from the Mississippi Department of Revenue to see the forms affected by this recent change.


Thank You to Hawaii

The NACTP wishes to thank the Hawaii Department of Taxation for working with us quickly, when faced with a tax ecosystem crisis, to begin processing taxpayer's electronically filed returns. The taxpayers of Hawaii will be able to enjoy the same benefits of a free, Modernized Electronic Filing program as taxpayers in other States. Of course, federal return filing with the IRS is always free as well.


Honolulu Civil Beat News Coverage

Hawaii tax officials have backed off on plans to charge an extra fee to residents who file their taxes electronically after tax preparers used to doing so for free raised a big stink.


Position Statements

"Fingerprint" Scanning Technology - The requirements of one technology currently being employed by some scanning vendors for use in scanning tax forms is referred to as “Fingerprint” and presents enormous compliance challenges for the software developer community. As a result, the NACTP recommends that taxing agencies do not consider this technology when adopting automated tax return processing technology for paper returns. Click here to read the full position statement from NACTP



Each year, the NACTP actively participates in trade shows and conferences to facilitate the collaboration and communication between member companies and government authorities. Below, you will find presentations, news releases and other materials representing these organizational activities.


Working Efficiently with your Taxpayer's Software Company
Front-End Fraud Detection
2012 NESTOA Conference 2012 MSATA Conference
September 30 - October 3, 2012
August 26 - 28, 2012
Portsmouth, NH
St. Louis, MO
Creating a Software Market-Ready Automated Data Capture Program Best Practices in e-Filing Specifications Development
2012 FTA Technology Conference 2012 FTA Technology Conference
August 12 - 15, 2012 August 12 - 15, 2012
Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN
Industry's Approach to Security and Fraud Prevention Modernized e-File Advantages and Opportunities
2012 FTA e-File Symposium 2012 FTA e-File Symposium
April 30 - May 3, 2012 April 30 - May 3, 2012
St. Louis, MO St. Louis, MO
Working Efficiently with your Taxpayer's Software Company Partnering with NACTP
2011 FTA Technology Conference 2011 NASWA Unemployment Insurance Committee Meeting
August 16, 2011 July 21 - 22, 2011
Denver, CO Omaha, NE
Partnering with NACTP
2011 FTA Annual Meeting
June 17 - 20, 2011
Omaha, NE


All news releases and other materials on this page speak as of the date of their issuance, and are provided for historical reference purposes only. They contain information that was current at the time of the issuance, but that may no longer be current. Readers should not rely on the continued accuracy of any such material. All readers should carefully check the dates of issuance of these materials. NACTP assumes no obligation and does not intend to update, correct or modify any of the material contained in the documents above.