OMMPOS Blog - Tax

2018 Q3 Tax E-File Available

10/2/2018 1:32:20 PM +00:00

Upload your quaterly taxes with just a few clicks. Our 2018 3rd quarter e-file is now available under REPORTS.

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DOR Q2 Report Now Available

7/2/2018 8:24:05 AM +00:00

The DOR Q2 quarterly return report is now avaiabe on the reports page. Your Q2 2018 Quarterly Return payment is due before July 31st.  For more information on tax payments and due dates click here.

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Tax E-File Error Update

9/5/2017 6:37:46 PM +00:00

I just got off of the phone with Annie Pittman who is the lead at the Department of Revenue Marijuana Division.

She says that if there was an error and you received a fee notice that all you have to do is re-file an amended return and that the fee will be credited to your account. You can contact her at the number below with questions about refunds.

Annie Pittman
Marijuana Tax Division Lead
(503) 947 – 2597

Please let me know if I can answer any questions.


(971) 276 - 3371

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Important Updates

9/1/2017 7:36:23 AM +00:00

Tax E-File Error

We have confirmed that there was an error in the quarterly tax e-file that may have resulted in an overreporting of your quarterly taxes. You may have paid too much tax to the Department of Revenue. We have confirmed that discounts were not being removed from reported taxes in the quarterly report e-file. We recommend that you refile both 1st and 2nd quarter 2017 quarterly returns.

Updated Printing for Android and IPad

We have updated the label print buttons in the POS to better support IPad and Android label printing. Android printing is now enabled using the Star Micronics Star PassPRNT app. IPad printing is enabled using the Star WebPRNT Browser app. (New API Partner)

We have partnered with the Releaf App. Use the Releaf App to track the effect of your medication session. Receive detailed feedback on the effect of different strains. The Releaf App can tie directly into your OMMPOS inventory to allow customers to provide feedback on strains in your menu. Find the Releaf App in your Apple and Play Store. Contact us for more details on how to integrate.

Please contact us wih any questions.

(971) 276 - 3371

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Reminders on Marijuana Tax Compliance

5/12/2017 5:33:04 PM +00:00

Here are some helpful reminders from the Department of Revenue for staying in tax compliance and making payments:

 All licensed retailers must register their businesses for the marijuana tax program. You can register by either submitting a paper form or using our Revenue Online registration option at If your business isn’t registered, you can’t make payments with us because we won’t have a place to apply your payments.

Each retail location needs a separate registration, tax account, and quarterly tax return. You can access all of those accounts under a single Revenue Online login. If all locations use the same FEIN, this will occur by default, and you’ll be able to access all accounts as long as you can provide the information required for authentication. To access to those accounts, click “Add access to account” under the “I want to” menu.

If each location uses a different FEIN, you can access those as “third party” or “client” accounts from your main account. To access those accounts, click “Add third-party access” under the “I want to” menu.

Licensed retailers must file their returns electronically through Revenue Online. Returns are due quarterly, at the end of the month following the last day of the quarter. For example, the first-quarter returns are due on the last day of April. Returns must include total sales, by product and by month for both medical and recreational sales. It must also include the total amount of tax-exempt sales (medical). The system will then calculate the taxable sales and taxes due. This calculation gives you the opportunity to double-check your quarterly numbers.

Although returns are quarterly, payments are required monthly. You can pay in cash or by check or money order. You can mail check or money order payments, or you can deliver it person. We only accept cash payments at the main Department of Revenue building in Salem, and you’ll need an appointment. You can schedule an appointment by calling (503) 945-8050. Payments are due at the end of the month following the month of sales. For example, taxes collected in January are due by the end of February.

Here are the deadlines for 2017:



Payment Deadlines

Return Deadlines


January tax—February 28, 2017

February tax—March 31, 2017

March tax—May 1, 2017

May 1, 2017


April tax—May 31, 2017

May tax—June 30, 2017

June tax—July 31, 2017

July 31, 2017


July tax—August 31, 2017

August tax—October 2, 2017

September tax—October 31, 2017

October 31, 2017


October tax—November 30, 2017

November tax—January 2, 2018

December tax—January 31, 2018

January 31, 2018

We encourage all marijuana retailers to visit our website at for additional information.

Thank you! 

Marijuana Tax Administration
Oregon Department of Revenue

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Oregon DOR Quarterly Tax Filing Deadlines

4/29/2017 9:25:26 AM +00:00

 More Information Here: Marijuana Tax Info

​​Tax year


​Qtr. start

​Qtr. end

​Return due

​Payments due



​Oct. 1, 2016

​Dec. 31, 2016

​Jan. 31, 2017

​Nov. 30, 2016

Jan. 3, 2017**

Jan. 31, 2017



​Jan. 1, 2017

​March 31, 2017

​May 1, 2017**

​Feb. 28, 2017

March 31, 2017

May 1, 2017**



​April 1, 2017

​June 30, 2017

​July 31, 2017

​May 31, 2017

June 30, 2017

July 31, 2017



​July 1, 2017

​Sept. 30, 2017

​Oct. 31, 2017

​Aug. 31, 2017

Oct. 2, 2017**

Oct. 31, 2017


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2017 Q1 Quarterly Tax E-File Available

4/28/2017 5:50:56 AM +00:00

The 1st Quarter Tax E-File for 2017 is now availale. We have added a direct link to the Oregon Department or Revenue. E-File your quarterly taxes in less than 10 minutes.

We fixed an issue with the E-file so that it can now be imported directly into Revenue Online. Before you had to open the E-file in Excel and save it as a newer Excel file. This problem has been fixed and you can now import the E-file directly. 

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Quarterly Tax E-File Now Available

4/4/2017 8:58:44 AM +00:00

Image result for calculator clip artIt's time to file Quarterly Marijuana Tax Returns. The Oregon Department of Revenue will only accept quarterly returns filed electronically; So how do you do that?

1. Login to
2. Click Reports
3. Click the "Q1 DOR REVENUE ONLINE E-FILE" link to download your E-file document
4. Save the E-file document to your computer
5. Login to Revenue Online (The Oregon Department of Revenue's website)
6. Click on Tax Returns > Upload
7. Upload the E-file document

Have a cup of Tea.


Feel free to call me with questions. -Raja Afrika (971) 276 - 3371

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Which Cities Implemented the 3% Tax?

3/9/2017 12:00:00 AM +00:00


In November 2016, voters in many municipalities approved local marijuana taxes of 3 percent. Many of those municipalities decided to have us collect those taxes on their behalf. A list of those municipalities is available on our website.

Starting in with February’s payment for taxes collected in January: If your business is located in a municipality where we’re (DOR) responsible for the collection of the tax, you’ll include both your state and local taxes in your monthly payment. Using the marijuana tax payment voucher will help you determine your state and local taxes due. You can also print a voucher from your Revenue Online account (the same account you use to file your quarterly returns). When you put your monthly sales information into the quarterly return form, Revenue Online will automatically generate payment vouchers. We’ll apply the payments appropriately to your state and local taxes due after you file your quarterly return and we validate the information provided with your monthly payments.

If your business is located in a municipality that’s collecting its own taxes (Local), contact the municipality to find out how to file and pay your local taxes. You’re still required to make your pay monthly and file quarterly for your state taxes, regardless of how the local tax is being administered. If you're not sure if your local government has a marijuana tax, contact them as soon as possible to ensure you’re collecting the appropriate taxes from customers at the time of purchase.

We’ll continue to update our list as more municipalities determine how they’ll administer their local tax. Municipalities can change whether they have us collect on their behalf, but that change can only be made at the beginning or end of a calendar quarter. The local tax collection list on our website should be finalized by January 20 and will be in effect for first quarter 2017 payments (February, March, April) and return filing (April).

Thank you for your time and cooperation. Please contact us if you have any questions about local tax collections or marijuana tax requirements in general. You can also visit our website at for more information about Oregon’s marijuana tax.




Marijuana Tax Administration


Oregon Dept. of Revenue




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February Taxes

3/2/2017 3:14:53 PM +00:00

Th report page should auto-update the monthly reports link by tomorrow. Meantime you can see your February Monthly Tax voucher here: Payment Voucher VTR&id=2/1/2017&eid=3/1/2017

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NEW: Revenue Online E-File

1/8/2017 7:42:50 AM +00:00

Now with our new OMMP E-file you can report your quaterly taxes electronically. OMMPOS intergrates with the Department of Revenue's Online OMMP SYSTEM. Report your taxes to the Department of Revenue with 1-click.

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Correction to the Monthly Tax Voucher

10/13/2016 7:29:12 AM +00:00

We determined that we were using an improper value in the monthly tax voucher. The effect being that the monthly tax voucher was reporting a double taxation. This would have resulted in an overpayment of your monthly taxes.

This error has been corrected. The quarterly tax report was reporting correct values. If you compare your total monthly payments to your Q3 quarterly report you should see the amount of your overpayment. You can report this overpayment on your quarterly return. Please let me know if you have any questions. - Raja (971) 276 - 3371

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3rd Quater Reports Available

10/12/2016 9:43:45 AM +00:00

New quaterly reports are now available for Q3 Recreational Sales, Q3 Marijuana Tax Return and Q3 Birthdays report. Click REPORTS from the main menu to get started.

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OLCC Releases Guidance on Switching From Medical Marijuana Dispensary to OLCC Retail

9/15/2016 11:30:17 PM +00:00


Switching From Medical Marijuana Dispensary to OLCC Retail?


Tax Rate Changes, New Tax Filing Process Are Coming

The Department of Revenue wants to help the marijuana industry understand the changes in the tax collection process if they convert from operating as an Oregon Health Authority medical marijuana dispensary to a marijuana retailer in the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) regulatory environment.




Different Tax Rates for OHA Dispensaries & OLCC Retailers


Once an OLCC license becomes effective, the taxes you collect on your customers’ purchases of marijuana and marijuana products will change. The "Early Start" rate now in place for medical marijuana dispensaries is 25 percent, but the retailer rate is 17 percent. You should charge your customers the lower 17 percent rate when your OLCC license takes effect.




Filing Tax Returns – Transitioning from Dispensary to Retail


Whether you remain a Medical Marijuana Dispensary or become a Marijuana Retailer you’re still responsible for filing tax returns with the Department of Revenue.


What and how you must file depends on when you transition. If your OLCC retailer license takes effect on October 1, 2016, you should electronically file your first retail tax return for the 4th quarter of 2016 on Revenue Online. You should also file your final return as a dispensary for the 3rd quarter of 2016 using Form OR-581.


If you’re transitioning at the end of 2016 and your final day of sales as a medical marijuana dispensary is December 31, 2016, and your OLCC retail license takes effect on January 1, 2017, you should electronically file your first retail tax return for first quarter 2017 using Revenue Online, and for the dispensary’s operation for the 4th quarter of 2016 file a Form OR-581.


For any other transition scenario, you’ll be required to file two returns for the 4th quarter: one on paper for the 25-percent tax rate and one electronically on Revenue Online for the 17 percent rate.


You will want to keep detailed sales records to track when your tax rate changed, so that you can accurately file reports for the two tax rates.


Please contact the Department of Revenue at with any questions.

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Marijuana tax drops to 17% on October 1st!

8/11/2016 1:54:34 AM +00:00

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Reporting Bugs

8/10/2016 10:37:31 PM +00:00

We have received reports of some errors in some of our reports. Please read as this may affect the amount of Tax that you owe.

All Sales Monthly Report: We received notice that this report was displaying an inflated number for earned income. This bug has been fixed. Please re-rerun this report to see accurate values for July. The Medical Sales and Recreational Sales reports were unaffected.

DOR Reports: The Monthly Tax Voucher and other reports under DOR Reports were displaying 'Non-Marijuana Items' in the report. This was an error and has been corrected. If you have any questions, please call Raja (971) 276 - 3371.


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DOR Quaterly Marijuana Tax Report

7/7/2016 7:40:30 PM +00:00

First quarter returns were due May 2, 2016. If you haven't already done so, file a Quarterly Marijuana Tax Return as soon as possible. Your second quarter tax return is due August 1, 2016.

You can file your Quaterly Marijuana Tax return automatically by logging in to OMMPOS and clicking Reports > Q2 Marijuana Quaterly Tax Return. #Easy

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