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DOR: Taxpayers affected by ROL outage can make payments through April 21

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Some Oregon taxpayers were unable to make tax payments late on Tax Day, April 18, due to a vendor internet service outage impacting state government websites between the hours of 9 p.m. and approximately midnight. The outage made it impossible for taxpayers to access the Department of Revenue website and our internet portal Revenue Online. The department’s website and Revenue Online (ROL) are back online now.

To accommodate affected taxpayers, the Department of Revenue will accept tax payments through midnight April 21 without assessing late penalties or interest on taxes owed. If affected taxpayers see penalties and interest when they view their accounts on Revenue Online, they should pay the tax amount only.

If affected taxpayers receive a bill with penalties and interest due to the outage, please contact us for a waiver.

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