OCV Taxes


San Francisco Gross Receipts Tax

The San Francisco Gross Receipts Tax is a tax on businesses based on their gross receipts. It was approved by San Francisco voters in 2012 and replaced the city's payroll tax. The tax rate varies depending on the business's industry and revenue size. Businesses with low gross receipts may be exempt from the tax. The tax revenue is used to fund city services and programs.
For the 2022 tax year, the return is only due for companies with more than $2,090,000 in gross receipts (or revenue).
This tax is not applicable for OCV in 2022 - we can disregard reminders in our payroll system.