homepage graphic go to homepage contact us search the site

Oklahoma Tax Commission's
Business Registration Application

The Oklahoma Tax Commission offers two formats from registering a new business in Oklahoma.

1. The OTC offers an online application process (below) for those needing to register:

    • a new business with no additional locations,
    • a partnership, corporation or LLC,
    • for one of the following tax types:
      • sales
      • use
      • withholding
      • franchise
      • waste tire
    • and will be paying for the permits/licenses by ACH Debit

2. You will need to complete the paper fill-in version of the application, print, and mail it to the Oklahoma Tax Commission, if you:

    • are an individual owner,
    • need to apply for other tax permits or licenses, such as: individual ownership, beer license, mixed beverage, etc), or
    • want to pay for your registration and/or permits in a way other than ACH Debit,
    • intent to pay through an international bank account*,


To enter the Online Business Registration System, please click here.

To download the paper version to be filled out, printed and mailed, please click here.

*Important Notice: Due to recent changes in the electronic banking rules, the Oklahoma Tax Commission cannot currently accept ACH debits or credits from foreign financial institution. If you use a foreign financial institution for your banking needs, you must now pay your tax obligations with a credit card, paper check or wire transfer.  Taxpayers will be notified as soon as the Tax Commission can again accept ACH debits or credits from foreign financial institutions.


Copyright © 2009, Oklahoma Tax Commission
Security Statement | Privacy Statement | Feedback | OK.gov
Last Modified 12/15/2009


forms and publications online services Oklahoma income taxes Oklahoma business taxes motor vehicle information payment options OTC reports OTC rules and commission decisions Steps to take for common tax needs meetings schedule Oklahoma tax due dates calendar frequently asked questions Oklahoma ad valorem information general information