Revenue Online will not be available starting Friday, February 19, 2016 at 8 pm until Saturday, February 20 at 4:00 am AKST due to scheduled maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Welcome to the wonderful world of electronic filing! 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.
The Alaska Department of Revenue, Tax Division is currently working on adding online taxpayer service for the following Tax Programs:
- Fisheries related Taxes and Licenses
- Charitable Gaming Taxes and Licenses
- Marijuana Taxes
- Cooperative Taxes
- Partnership Information Return
All other tax programs are actively using the AK DOR Revenue Online system.
Please check the TRMS page on the Tax Division's website frequently for additional announcements.
Alaska requires large processors that sell salmon products at wholesale to provide production and price information to the Fish Tax unit. This information is used to publish average wholesale price information for the legislature and public.
Processors selling salmon products at wholesale are required to file price reports on salmon for the periods January–April, May–August, and September–December. The tri-annual reports are due by the end of the month following the tri-annual period.
Processors must also file annual reconciliation reports by January 31 of the following year.
Processors excluded from the tax under AS 43.75.017, and processors that sell 1,000,000 pounds or less of salmon products annually are exempt from the report filing requirements.
1980 - The legislature enacted salmon price reporting requirements for salmon canneries. Effective September 10, 1980, the Department of Revenue was required to compute and report to the legislature the average wholesale prices obtained for canned salmon reported by Alaska salmon canneries during the months of August, September, October, November and December for the previous five years.
1983 - The legislature imposed a semi-annual report filing requirement on salmon canneries. Effective July 9, 1983, salmon canneries were required to report prices received for canned salmon for the periods October–March and April–September. Reports were due by the end of the month following the semi-annual reporting period and were required to list products by case and specified can sizes. The legislation required the Department of Revenue to calculate monthly and annual wholesale price averages for each species of salmon in each unit category and to report to the legislature by the 15th day of each legislative session.
1998 - The legislature expanded the reporting requirement to thermally processed salmon products and limited the reporting requirement to processors selling more than 240,000 pounds of thermally processed salmon products at wholesale during the calendar year.
The legislation replaced the semi-annual filing with a tri-annual filing, and required processors to report all container sizes of thermally processed salmon. Effective September 1, 1998, all salmon canneries were required to report prices received for thermally processed salmon for the periods January–April, May–August and September–December. The reports were due by the end of the month following the tri-annual reporting period and were required to list thermally processed salmon products by whatever sizes sold.
2000 - The legislature broadened the reporting requirement to include all processed salmon products and increased the reporting requirement to include only those processors selling more than 1,000,000 pounds of salmon products at wholesale. Effective September 1, 2000, large processors were required to provide areas of production for each salmon product sold at wholesale. The legislation requires salmon processors to file an annual report summarizing yearly activity, and requires the Department of Revenue to provide average wholesale prices paid for salmon products by March 15 of each year.