Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation FAQ


  1. What is Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation?

    • Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation is a list of taxpayers who have had their Illinois Retailers' Occupation Tax, Service Occupation Tax, Use Tax, or Service Use Tax Certificate of Registration revoked for at least 120 continuous days.
  2. What do these terms mean?

    • Below are key terms associated with the Illinois Transparency & Accountability Portal Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation page.

      IBT:

      The Illinois Business Tax (IBT) number is the identification number assigned by the Illinois Department of Revenue when a business is registered. It can be thought of as Illinois' version of the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). Identification number used for Business Income Tax, Withholding Income Tax, Sales and Use Tax, and Business Registration.

      Vendor Name:

      The term Vendor Name refers to the name of the business entity or Sole Proprietor.

      Street, City, State, and Zip Code:

      These terms refer to the mailing address of business entity or Sole Proprietor.

  3. How often does the Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation data get updated?

    • Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation data is updated nightly.

  4. How do I search by vendor name?

    • The search by vendor name page is the starting point for viewing Sales and Use Tax Registration Certificate Revocation information to a specific vendor. Enter all or part of the vendor name you wish to find, and click "Search". The search will return a listing on the Vendor Search Results page of all vendors whose vendor name contains the exact phrase entered in the search box.