Fraud? Scam? Phishing?

Tax Preparers, Companies, and Financial Institutions: Any breach of personal information could have an effect on the victim’s tax accounts with the states as well as the IRS.  To protect the victims, you can and should contact the Federation of Tax Administrators at to get information on how to report victim information to the states. 

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See below for the latest in state tax administration news, reports, and information.

Latest News

Click here for the FTA News Release from November 3 Fraud Summit Meeting

FTA Directory of State Tax Administrators has contact information for key state revenue department contacts.  Click here to learn more and purchase your copy!

The State and Local Revenue Burden data has been updated to FY 2014 data.  Click here to view.

Click here for an article from the recent Journal of Multistate Taxation, written by Mike Reissig, Deputy Comptroller and Chief Clerk with the Texas Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts.

Where are the E-Lists (formerly Listservs)? 

FTA hosts a number of E-Lists for tax administrators to share best practices and communicate about shared interests.  These E-Lists have recently been upgraded and are now part of the new  Along with adding new functionality to all of our E-Lists, we have changed our procedures for signing up. 

For our public lists (currently only E-Standards and our Motor Fuel lists), anyone interested in signing up must send a request to  Once approved, they are registered for the E-List and given a limited user account that allows them to review the list’s archive.

For current state users who already have a sign-on, all of our E-Lists, both public and members-only, can be found at   If you do not already have a sign-on, please contact