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Revenue's Publications

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Revenue Review Newsletter

The Department of Revenue distributes an electronic newsletter each quarter called the Revenue Review. Click on the links below to read each newsletter. To subscribe to the newsletter, fill out the form here.

Important Notices 

The Department of Revenue publishes important notices to provide taxpayers with specific tax information or guidance concerning procedures that will assist them in complying with Tennessee tax laws. An important notice is tax and topic specific, and includes information to address taxpayers’ questions that have been submitted to the Department.  Often, these notices provide guidance on recent Tennessee tax law changes as well as more complicated tax topics.

All of the Department's important notices are listed on the "Legal Resources" page.    

Listed below are the most recent important notices created.

Business Tax

 

Franchise & Excise Tax

 

General Information

 

Hall Income Tax

 

Motor Fuels Taxes

 

Sales and Use Tax

 

Vehicle Title and Registration 

Tax Rulings

Tax rulings are published by the Department of Revenue solely for informational purposes and are based on the particular facts and circumstances presented to the Department.  They are an interpretation of the law at a specific point in time. The law may have changed since a ruling was issued, possibly rendering it obsolete. These tax rulings are not intended as statements of Department of Revenue policy. Taxpayers should consult with a tax professional before relying on any aspect of the rulings provided below.

All of the Department’s tax rulings are listed on the “Legal Resources” page.

Listed below are the most recent tax rulings created in 2017.