Washington

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All statutes are preceded by RCW in links below unless otherwise noted.

Taxes:

Department of Revenue:[1]
Notice of assessment: 82.32.050; 82.32.100
Sales Tax: 82.08.020
Business and Occupation Tax: 82.12.020
Fuel Tax:  82.36.020
Warrant for Unpaid Tax:  82.32.210
Personal Liability for Sales Tax:  82.32.145
Personal Liability for Fuel Tax:  82.36.045
Successorship:  82.32.140
Revocation of License:  82.32.215
Real Estate Excise Tax:  82.45.060; 82.46.010
Real Property Tax:  84.60.010; 84.52.010

Department of Labor & Industries:[2]
Due Date for Tax:  51.16.060
Notice of assessment:  51.48.120
Warrant:  51.48.140
Claim of Lien:  51.16.170
Successorship:  51.16.200
Revocation of License:  51.48.160
Personal Liability for Unpaid Tax:  51.48.055

Department of Employment Security:[3]
Due Date for Tax:  50.24.010; WAC 192-310-020
Notice of assessment:  50.24.070
Warrant:  50.24.115
Claim of Lien:  50.24.050
Successorship:  50.24.210

County Personal Property Taxes (Ad Valorem)
84.56.020

 


CONSUMER PROTECTION AND POLICE/REGULATORY STATUTES

Consumer Protection Statutes: 19.86
Going Out of Business Sales
: 19.178.010

ENVIRONMENT
Department of Ecology
: lien-Model Toxics Control: 70.105D.050

Department of Natural Resources RCW 78.44.360 Insufficiency of security for reclamation

CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION: INSURANCE/BOND STATUS          Department of Labor & Industries

CORPORATIONS AND UCC 11 R INFORMATION
Secretary of State

 Initial AG Contact for Information:

Zachary Mosner
206-389-2198
zacharym@atg.wa.gov

[1] There is no state income tax; there is personal liability for unpaid sales tax as noted.

[2] Known in some states as “worker’s compensation tax”.  There is the state-administered tax fund and for certain groups, self-insured statutory authority.

[3] Known in some states as “unemployment compensation”.


 


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