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RD-103 Form RD-103 is an annual license application used by certain industries that pay a flat rate as determined by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code. See the Business Activity Listing for a list of NAICS codes that qualify for a flat rate. If your NAICS code is not listed use Form RD-105.
RD-105 Form RD-105 is an annual license application used by businesses operating in Kansas City, Mo. which are not required to use Form RD-103.
RD-106 Form RD-106 is a tax return used by a hotel or motel to file and pay the convention and tourism tax of 7.5% on the amount of sales or charges for all sleeping rooms paid by guests. Sales or charges for sleeping rooms to guests who contract in advance and remain a guest of the hotel or motel for a period of more than 31 consecutive days are not subject to the convention and tourism tax.
RD-107 Form RD-107 is a tax return used by a food establishment to file and pay the convention and tourism tax of 2% on the gross receipts derived from the retail sales of prepared food items (including alcoholic beverages).
RD-108/108B Form RD-108/108B is a tax return used by a sole proprietor, corporation, partnership, K-1 recipient or other fiduciary to file and pay the earnings tax of 1% due on net profits. Forms RD-108 and RD-108B are required to be filed even if there is a loss.
RD-109 Form RD-109 is a tax return used by a resident individual taxpayer or a non-resident working in Kansas City, Missouri to file and pay the earnings tax of 1%. Form RD-109 should not be filed if the earnings tax due is fully withheld by the taxpayer’s employer. Form RD-109 is also used by a resident to request a refund if over withheld.
RD-109NR Form RD-109NR is a schedule used by a non-resident of Kansas City, Mo. to request a refund of tax withheld based on the fact that the employee had whole days worked out of the City. The number of days worked out of the City must be verified by the employer. Form RD-109NR is also used by a part-year resident of Kansas City, Mo. to determine earnings attributable to their period of residency.
RD-110 Form RD-110 is a quarterly tax return used by employers.The gross compensation – less contributions to cafeteria plans and qualified deferred compensation plans – paid to employees who work or perform services in Kansas City, Missouri should be reported. Payments can be made with Form RD-110 for amounts due but not previously paid through weekly or monthly remittances. Employers with 250 or more employees must file electronically – please see the FAQ on the bulk filing program for further information. Form RD-110 can also be used by employers that are voluntarily withholding on behalf of residents. Form RD-110 is required even if there was no withholding during the quarter.
RD-111 Form RD-111 is used by a sole proprietor, corporation, partnership, K-1 recipient or other fiduciary to request an extension of time to file a Profits Return. The extension is only for additional time to file your return and is not an extension of time for payment of taxes. The timely extension must be accompanied by a payment of at least 90% of the tax due to avoid penalties and interest.
RD-112 Form RD-112 is used by an individual to request an extension of time to file a Wage Earner Return. The extension is only for additional time to file your return and is not an extension of time for payment of taxes. The timely extension must be accompanied by a payment of at least 90% of the tax due to avoid penalties and interest.
RD-113 Form RD-113 is a reconciliation of annual withholdings to payments remitted. W-2 information is also required to be submitted with Form RD-113. W-2 information should only be provided for employees who had earnings tax withheld from their compensation. Employers with 250 or more employees must submit their W-2’s electronically – please see the FAQ on the bulk filing program for further information.
RD-130M Form RD-130M is a payment coupon used to remit earnings taxes withheld on a monthly basis. The same frequency should be used as determined for state income tax withholding purposes.
RD-130QM Form RD-130QM is a payment coupon used to remit earnings taxes withheld on a quarter-monthly basis. The same frequency should be used as determined for state income tax withholding purposes.
RD-136 Form RD-136 is a payment coupon used by a hotel or motel to remit convention and tourism taxes charged to guests. The same frequency used for remitting state sales tax should be used for remitting the convention and tourism tax.
RD-137 Form RD-137 is a payment coupon used by a food establishment to remit convention and tourism taxes charged to customers. The same frequency used for remitting state sales tax should be used for remitting the convention and tourism tax.
RD-204 Form RD-204 is a return used by a rental car business to file and pay the per day arena fee on each passenger vehicle.
RD-206 Form RD-206 is a return used by a hotel or motel to file and pay the per day arena fee on occupied rooms.
RD-207 Form RD-207 is a return used by an hourly rental car business to file and pay the arena fee per hour on each passenger vehicle.
RD-CABL Form RD-CABL is a quarterly return used by an operator of cable television service to report and remit the franchise fee of 5% of gross receipts.
RD-EMER Form RD-EMER is a monthly/quarterly return used to report and remit the emergency tax of 4% on the gross receipts of Electric, Gas and Telephone (Landline or Wireless) companies or 1.6% on the gross receipts of Steam and Heating companies. Electric, Gas, Steam and Heating companies should file Form RD-EMER on a monthly basis. Telephone companies – both Landline and Wireless – should file Form RD-EMER on a quarterly basis.
RD-UTIL Form RD-UTIL is a quarterly return used to report and remit the utility license tax of 6% on the gross receipts of Electric, Gas and Telephone (Landline or Wireless) companies or 2.4% on the gross receipts of Steam and Heating companies.