PPT-3 - Professional Privilege Tax Must Generally be Filed Online

State law requires all professional privilege tax returns and payments to be made electronically unless the taxpayer has a hardship exception or is 65 years of age or older. 

The professional privilege tax can be filed online using the Tennessee Taxpayer Access Point (TNTAP). To file, you will need your social security number, account ID or license type and license number. This tax can be submitted by creating a TNTAP logon, but it is not required. To submit this tax without creating a TNTAP logon, click “View Return Links” and then “Professional Privilege Tax” on TNTAP’s homepage. 

Individuals who have a hardship exception or are 65 years of age or older can mail a completed Professional Privilege Tax Return to the department with payment.

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