Online Filing and Payments 

Filing your CRS tax online takes the stress out of work so you have time for more enjoyable things.

If you pay $20,000 or more in CRS taxes, you are required to file online starting August 25, 2010. If you pay $10,000 or more, you are required to file online starting January 25, 2011. And all monthly filers, including “0” filers, will be required to file online starting August 25, 2011. So start early, and e-file in style. 


If you need assistance, call 1-866-809-2335. 


Watch the video: “How to E-File Your CRS Tax.”  


According to 3.1.4 NMAC, it is mandatory to e-file your monthly CRS (Combined Reporting System) returns. We are here to help you if you are not e-filing already. Beginning in August 2010, all filers with tax payments due over $20,000 must file their monthly returns online. In January 2011 all filers with monthly tax payments of over $10,000 will have to file online. By July 2011 all monthly filers will be required to file online.

Filing online is fast, efficient, easy and user friendly. We urge you to give it a try. As for payment, E-pay is the quick and GREEN way to do it.

Once you’re online filing your return, you can pay using electronic check or credit card with a few easy steps. You may pay over the internet with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express cards. If you choose a credit card payment, a convenience fee calculated on the amount of the transaction covers the costs that the companies bill the state when you use your card.

There is no charge to pay by electronic check. An electronic check authorizes us to debit a checking account in the exact amount on the date you specify. After you submit your payment information, you will receive an online confirmation. Now you can be sure your payment is there on time, while saving you time, money, a stamp or perhaps a trip to a tax office. Our advice is that you e-file and pay and take the worry out by “GOING GREEN.”

Many of you already file online, but if you don’t e-file at present and need some help, go online, call 1-866-809-2335 or watch our How-To E-File video.

Refer to Brochure #8, CRS Internet Filing for additional information.

E-File for accurate returns and faster refunds.
Federal automatic extensions also extend New Mexico income tax returns.
E-File and E-Pay and extend your income tax due date.
Get your refund faster when you E-File.
Low-income residents may qualify for income tax credits.
You may qualify for the Working Family Income Tax Credit.
You may qualify for the Earned Income Tax credits.
Estimated tax payments may be required if you withhold too little.
Manage your account online using Taxpayer Access Point.
Business closed? Update your CRS account online.
Gross receipts tax rates are subject to change in January and July.
NTTCs may be required to support tax-deductable sales.
Changing your address? Update your tax records online.
View payments and returns using Taxpayer Access Point.
Keep up with recent tax changes. See the instructions.
Keep accurate tax records for up to 10 years.
Double-check your figures. Errors will delay your return.
Get your money faster using refund express direct deposit.
Pay online by electronic check or credit card.
Avoid delays, submit a complete return.
Tax Fraud in New Mexico, call 1-800-457-6789.
Check the status of your refund, visit Taxpayer Access Point.
Pay your property taxes to your county treasurer.
Delinquent property taxes? See your local county treasurer’s office.
Find out who is managing your county government.
Property tax auctions are often held at the county treasurer’s office.
April property tax valuation determines your November tax bill.
Property taxes pay for schools, police, and hospitals.
Property was sold at auction? We may have your money.
Stop penalty and interest by paying your principal tax quickly.
Make sure you use correct tax ID numbers.
Refund express? Double-check your bank account and routing numbers.
Include your phone number and e-mail address when filing.
Secure your tax records from identity theft.
Generally, both spouses are responsible for liability on a joint return.
Sign and date your return.
Avoid preparers who base their fee on a percentage of the refund.
Tax fraud is the responsibility of the taxpayer
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