As a Kansas business, you may be liable for the collection and/or payment of a variety of taxes. The information on this page is not intended as a substitute for the law, but provides information and links to other resources about taxes that may be required to be paid by your business.
Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
As a business, you may be required to obtain a FEIN from the IRS. Click here to learn more about FEIN requirements.
Employer Related Taxes
If your business qualifies as an employer, the business may be subject to the following employer related Federal and State taxes.
- Social Security
- Income Tax Withholding
- Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)
Kansas Employer Related Requirements
If your business does not qualify as an employer, the business may be subject to the following Federal and State taxes.
- Self-Employment Tax
- Federal Estimated Income Tax
- Kansas Estimated Income Tax
- Kansas Workers Compensation – Optional for self-employed persons
State of Kansas Business Tax Types
Your business may also be subject to business taxes administered by the Kansas Department of Revenue based on the type of business you engage in. To learn more, click on the Business Tax Type link below.
Your business may also be subject to various taxes assessed at the city and/or county level such as personal property tax and real estate taxes. Click on the link below to locate city and county contact information.
Kansas Business Center brought to you by Governor Colyer and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.