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​​​​​​​ SCDOR
Sales Tax
PO Box 125
Columbia, SC 29214-0400

Phone: 1-844-89​​8-8542         


​​​​​​​BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2022: Paper forms will no longer be accepted
You will be required to electronically file and pay your returns after October 1, 2022​​. Read our latest article for more informatio​n and see other Accommodations Tax tips.


​​911 User Fees​​

​The 911 charge is imposed with respect to commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) connection and prepaid wireless retail transaction and is paid to the SCDOR.

​​​ Notices
​Notices can be viewed on the Sales & Use Tax Index​​.
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How to file and pay

911 User Fee taxpayers are required to file and pay electronically on MyDORWAY​. You must file a return for each filing period even if you have no tax ​liability for the period.​

File and pay electronically on MyDORWAY
MyDORWAY​ is the preferred way to securely file taxes and make payments using a credit card or electronic check (ACH Debit or Electronic Funds Withdrawal). 
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You will need the following information for the filing period:​
  • Your File Number, Federal Employer ID Number (FEIN), and South Carolina ID (SID)
  • Number of mobile identification numbers assigned to a South Carolina area code (CMRS and VoIP providers)
  • Number of outward voice transmission paths activated (CMRS and VoIP providers)
  • Number of prepaid wireless retail transactions sold (prepaid wireless sellers)
  • Number of wireless telecommunications services sold for resale (prepaid wireless sellers)
  • Most transactions that are subject to Dual Party Relay (DPR) Charge or Universal Service Fund (USF) Charge are also subject to the Prepaid Wireless 911 Charge. The South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff may review your return if you list a transaction for DPR or USF charge and don’t include the Prepaid Wireless 911 Charge.
  • MyDORWAY automatically calculates charges due from CMRS/VoIP providers; charges due for 911, DPR, and USF; and Reimbursement/Administrative Fees.

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​Due dates
This return is due on the 20th​ day of the second month following the period covered by the return and becomes delinquent on the 21st day.
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Nee​​d more help​​​?

​Our FREE virtual Sales & Use Tax Seminars and Sales Tax Workshops are​ open to the public. Participate online and ask SCDOR's subject matter experts questions from your own home or office.​ See class dates ​and register now >​​​
​​​Our YouTube channel​ has videos to show you how to file and pay Sales Tax on MyDORWAY​​​​ ​... and much more!