Alert
Welcome to the wonderful world of electronic filing! Effective January 20, 2015, the Alaska Department of Revenue, Tax Division is adding online taxpayer service for Oil and Gas Production Tax to the AK DOR Revenue Online. This additional program now joins the following online tax programs: Alcoholic Beverage Tax, Cigarette and Tobacco Tax, Commercial Vessel Passenger Tax, Corporate Income Tax, Corporate Oil and Gas Income Tax, Large Passenger Vessel Gambling Tax, Mining License Tax, Motor Fuel Tax, Tire Fee, and Vehicle Rental Tax. Revenue Online is going to make filing returns an easy, more accurate and paperless process. This new online service allows users to check their accounts, make payments and file license/permit applications. Revenue Online will be adding additional tax programs to this online service in the near future. Please check the TRMS page on the Tax Division's website frequently for additional announcements and when this new service will be available for your tax program.

Important Announcement:
Revenue Online will not be available starting Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 12:01 am until 2:00 am AKST due to scheduled maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.


Vehicle Rental Tax
Tax News


Alaska levies an excise tax on total costs and fees charged for the lease or rental of a passenger or recreational vehicle if the lease or rental period does not exceed 90 consecutive days.


The tax rate for passenger vehicle rental is 10%. The tax rate for recreational vehicle rental is 3%.

There are exemptions for: leases or rentals for official business by federal, state or local government agencies or employees; a lease or rental that contains a term exceeding 90 consecutive days or the rental of taxicabs by taxicab drivers; and trucks rented by individuals for moving personal property and for vehicles provided to customers by automobile dealers as replacement transportation during warranty, recall or service contract repairs.


The renter must provide proof of employment or other official status with the exempt agency to the rental/leasing agency at the time of lease/rental.  The rental/leasing agency collects the vehicle rental tax from the renter and files a tax return with the Department on or before the last day of the month following the end of the calendar quarter.

More information about the vehicle rental tax may be found in the Tax Division Annual Report.





How to Contact Us
dor.tax.vehicle@alaska.gov
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Technical Questions
Jonathan C Page
907-269-1023 - Anchorage

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Cecilia M Torres Blanco
907-269-1017 - Anchorage