The Respond, Recover and Rebuild Disability Assistance Program Deadline is now extended to Friday, Nov. 13. Now open to all Disabled Cherokee Nation Veterans receiving VA benefits, who live both in and outside the Cherokee Nation reservation. Cherokees with disabilities living within the reservation may also apply for the $300 COVID assistance payment. Apply below.

Tax Commission

918-453-5100
tags@cherokee.org
Cherokee Nation Attn: Tax Commission P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK 74465

The purpose of the Cherokee Nation Tax Code is to raise revenues, in a fair and efficient manner, to enable the government of the Cherokee Nation to provide services to Cherokee Nation citizens and promote tribal economic development, self-sufficiency and a strong tribal government.

In August 1990, the Cherokee Nation established the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission to raise revenues in a fair and efficient manner.  Then in the fall of 1992, the Cherokee Nation compacted with the State of Oklahoma.  Six years later, the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission began collecting 3 percent retail sales tax from retail smoke shops and other tribal-owned businesses.

On January 15, 2001, the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council enacted the Cherokee Nation Motor Vehicle Licensing and Tax Code, LA#01-01.  In October of the same year, the Cherokee Nation Tag Office opened its doors. Then on September 30, 2002, the Cherokee Nation compacted with the State of Oklahoma on a motor-vehicle compact.

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