Online Sales and Use Tax Filing FAQs

Are there any special Web browser requirements to use the Internet filing system?

Recommended browsers for accessing the Nebraska Department of Revenue online filing systems:

  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge 
  • Mozilla Firefox 
  • Apple Safari 
For optimal performance and security, it is recommended you use the latest version of the web browser.  


Are there any sales and use tax filers that are not eligible to file online?

No. All sales and use tax filers are eligible to file online.

Do I need to register to use the Internet filing system?

No. There is no registration necessary to use this program. Your Nebraska ID Number (User Name) and password are printed on your Form 10 and allow you access into the system.

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When can I file my return?

The system is available for filing beginning the first day of the month following the close of the tax period. You should verify that you are filing for the appropriate tax period on the Web page.

How do I remit payment for the return that I file online?

The preferred method to pay your liability is via Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW). Your return and payment must be submitted before midnight on the last timely filed date to avoid penalties.

If using e-pay, the payment must be completed by 5:00 p.m. Central Time on the last timely filed date.

If I discover a mistake in my filing after I have already submitted a schedule or form, can I use the "Back" button on my Web browser to return to the page and correct it?

No. If you make a mistake and submit incorrect information, you should shut down your browser. Your progress will be saved and you can continue filing your return by logging back into the filing system.

How do I print out my return that I filed online?

You can either view or print a copy of a filed return from the initial screen after selecting to File Form 10.

Can I file amended returns online?

No. Amended returns can only be filed using a paper amended return.

Will I continue to receive paper Forms 10 in the mail?

You will not receive Form 10 in the mail if you have been mandated to file and pay electronically, nor will you receive Form 10 once you file electronically.

Can lodging tax be filed online?

There is currently not an Internet filing option for lodging tax, but DOR is constantly analyzing the possibility of new filing options.

I received a reference number, but my Web browser did not return to DOR's home page. How do I know if my return was successfully submitted?

If you receive a reference number, your return has been submitted.

On Schedule II, do I need to report every location even if some had no gross sales?

Yes. Schedule II information must be completed for each Location ID.

On Schedule II, what if a location has no Nebraska or local use tax to report?

Enter a zero in any column not having a dollar amount.

When is the information I enter actually transmitted to DOR?

Once the Submit button is clicked on the Nebraska and Local Sales and Use Tax Return, Form 10, the information from all schedules and the Form 10 is sent to DOR.

Do I have a collection responsibility in other states?

After South Dakota v. Wayfair, if you are making sales of property or services into other states, you may have an obligation to collect and remit those states’ sales taxes. If you are licensed to collect and remit tax in Nebraska, you should continue doing so. You can obtain information on the licensing requirements for other states at: You can register with 23 other states using the Streamlined Sales Tax Registration System (SSTRS) registration form, which is available at:

As a Nebraska purchaser, do I owe tax in Nebraska?

If you make purchases of property or services from online retailers or retailers located in other states that have not previously collected sales tax, many of these retailers will now begin collecting the applicable sales tax on your purchases delivered into Nebraska. If any purchases are not taxed appropriately, you still have a responsibility to report the applicable use tax directly to DOR on these purchases.

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