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COVID-19 Retail Storefront Property Tax Relief Act

The Department of Revenue is in the process of developing an Informational Notice that will set forth the details of the COVID-19 Retail Storefront Property Tax Relief Act and anticipates it will be issued soon. House Bill 2136, enacted during the 2022 Legislative Session, created this Act, the purpose of which is to provide financial assistance to certain businesses impacted by COVID-19 related shutdowns and restrictions during tax years 2020 and 2021. The financial assistance will be in an amount equivalent to a portion of property taxes accrued on the retail storefront property.

In addition, the Department is in the process of developing the application that will be submitted to apply for assistance through the COVID-19 Retail Storefront Property Tax Relief Act. The application will provide definitions, explain the assistance process in detail, and will specify exactly what information must be provided and/or submitted in support of the application. Claimants have until April 15, 2023 to file an application for this financial assistance.

Because this program is being funded with American Rescue Plan Act funds (federal funds), each applicant must be qualified and receive a unique entity identifier (UEI) from the federal government. The UEI is a unique 12-character identifier (a combination of letters and numbers) assigned to all entities and is used as the primary means of entity identification for Federal awards and for those doing business with the federal government. The UEI is issued at no cost through the federal System for Award Management website (SAM.gov).

In anticipation of submitting applications through the COVID-19 Retail Storefront Property Tax Relief program, the Department strongly encourages each applicant to begin the process of obtaining a UEI from the SAM.gov website as soon as possible.

You will need to “Register Your Entity or Get a Unique Entity ID” (if not done so already) by selecting the green box marked “Get Started”. The data files required to get a UEI on the SAM.gov website include your entity’s legal business name and physical address. The system may also ask for your entity’s start year and state or country of incorporation or establishment. If your entity information is not found on SAM.gov, you will be required to provide documents to prove your entity information.

Please continue to check the Department’s website for the latest Notices and for issuance of new and revised forms and instructions as they become available.


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Secretary Burghart

Mark A. Burghart


On March 26, 2019, the Kansas Senate confirmed Mark Burghart as the Secretary of Revenue. Secretary Burghart is a lifelong Kansan. Burghart is a graduate of the University of Kansas. He earned his law degree in 1979 from the Washburn University School of Law and his Masters of Laws in Taxation degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1984.

Secretary Burghart has more than 35 years of experience combined between private and public service in tax law. He served the Department of Revenue as its first severance tax attorney and as General Counsel.