We are currently open and ready to assist customers, but have modified some of our services due to the guidance and challenges surrounding COVID-19. We appreciate your patience.
As South Carolina responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SCDOR has modified some of our service options, but we remain open and ready to assist taxpayers. Our top priority is the health and safety of our customers and employees. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we face the challenges of COVID-19 together.
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April 2020 tornados, severe storms, and flooding
The SCDOR and IRS are offering tax relief for victims of the April 2020 tornados, severe storms, and flooding that impacted Aiken, Barnwell, Berkeley, Colleton, Hampton, Marlboro, Oconee, Orangeburg, and Pickens counties. Affected individuals and businesses will have until October 15, 2020 to file and pay certain taxes that were originally due April 12 - October 15.
This relief is applied automatically to returns filed on
MyDORWAY. To file by paper, mail your completed return to the address on the return. Then, submit a completed
Disaster Relief Form (C-672) to
Learn more about relief for South Carolina taxes in
Information Letter IL20-16 and about related relief from the IRS here.
Preparing for an emergency
In the event of a natural disaster or serve weather emergency in South Carolina, visit this page for updates on any applicable tax relief.
South Carolinians know that a severe weather emergency or other natural disaster can happen at any time, sometimes without warning. While you can’t always know when a weather-related disaster will occur, you can be ready for the challenges you’ll face by preparing ahead of time. Here are a few tips to ensure you can recover your important information, account for your valuables, and reopen your business as soon as possible if a natural disaster or serve weather emergency impacts you.
Use paperless recordkeeping
Keep a visual record of your property
Keep your emergency plans updated