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Government building and surroundings viewed from above
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Explore our resources and services...
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Health and Demographics Division
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Solutions to improving the quality of life for many South Carolinians – whether through healthcare, education or employment – may be hidden in plain sight. Often, the data exists, but may not be in a format that is easily accessible. At the S.C. Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office, we see our role as transforming data into solutions for the Palmetto State.
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Revenue forecasts, historical revenue and expenditure trends, state register calculations, and other published analyses
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The Fiscal Analysis Division provides analytical services to the General Assembly and statewide constitutional officers regarding the economy, revenues, and expenditures. The Division is also responsible for fiscal impact statements and a variety of calculations and reports related to education, property tax, local governments, and statutory inflation adjustments.
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S.C. Geodetic Survey
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The South Carolina Geodetic Survey ensures the integrity of geodetic control throughout South Carolina so that land and land-related items can be accurately referenced to the national horizontal and vertical coordinate system.
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Precinct demographics & redistricting resources
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The Digital Cartography and Precinct Demographics Section is responsible for maintaining official maps of the various election districts and voting precincts in South Carolina.
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Legislation, forms, reports, and other resources related to the S.C. E-911 Program
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Mission Statement
By distributing wireless 9-1-1 surcharge funds back to the local jurisdictions and assisting those jurisdictions with GIS mapping, our goal is to help local 9-1-1 centers provide the highest quality emergency Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911) service to all citizens and visitors of the state of South Carolina.

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Business License Portal
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Section 6-1-400(J) of the South Carolina Code provides that businesses shall have access for reporting, calculating, and paying business license taxes through a business license tax portal (the “Business License Portal”) hosted and managed by the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (“RFA”). RFA has contracted for the development and operation of the Business License Portal, which is available for renewals only. Businesses must still obtain new business licenses directly from the relevant city or town.

To access and use the Business License Portal, please click on the link above or copy and paste the following link: https://www.localblrenewal.com/

The Business License Portal calculates business license taxes based on gross income data submitted by the accessing business and based on classes and rates provided by participating municipalities. RFA assumes no liability for the accuracy of gross income amounts, class schedules, or rate schedules submitted to the Business License Portal by businesses or by the participating municipalities. Businesses using the Business License Portal should independently verify the gross income reported and the classes and rates applied by the Business License Portal.

Section 6-1-400(B)(3) of the South Carolina Code provides that a business may be entitled to a refund if it submits a business license tax payment that is greater than the amount owed. The refund must be requested before June 1 of the year in which the payment is due.