- Welcome to the Rhode Island Division of Taxation's self-audit program!
- With a self-audit, you examine your own books and records to see if you owe Rhode Island's 7% use tax.
- If you pay the use tax that you owe, the Division of Taxation will waive penalties and some interest (assuming certain other terms and conditions are met).
- The following information explains what the self-audit program is, how it works, and what steps you'll need to take to participate in the program. (If you still have questions, call the Field Audit section at (401) 574-8962 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. business days.)
|Self-Audit -- Application Form||Use this form to apply for the self-audit program||View|
|Self-Audit -- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)||Answers to questions about the self-audit program||View|
|Self-Audit -- Poster/Insert||At-a-glance guide to self-audit program||View|
|Self-Audit -- What's a use tax?||One-page Notice explains the use tax in plain language||View|
|Self-Audit -- Announcement of Launch||Official announcement kicking off self-audit program||View|
Note: Additional documents will be posted to this page when available.