The Commercial Rent Tax (CRT) applies to tenants who occupy or use a property in Manhattan, south of 96th Street for any trade, business, profession, or commercial activity, if the annual gross rent paid is at least $250,000. You are required to file a tax return if your annual gross rent paid is more than $200,000.What does CRT stand for?
Commercial Rent Tax (CRT) This tax is charged to tenants who occupy or use a property for commercial activity in Manhattan, south of 96th Street. You are subject to the Commercial Rent Tax if you rent space in this area for any trade, business, profession, or commercial activity, and: it is located in the borough of Manhattan,...How do I get a CRT form?
Get CRT forms. You can file and pay the tax through Business Tax e-Services. There is a 2% convenience fee for paying by credit or debit card. There is no convenience fee for paying by EFT or e-check. To pay online, you will need the notice number from your bill (first 13 digits) plus the billing zip code.How do I file my NYC commercial rent tax return?
File electronically at www.nyc.gov/eservices. If you are filing on paper, visit the Commercial Rent Tax (CRT) Returns forms page to download the current tax forms as well as spreadsheets for additional premises and subtenants. Annual returns are due on June 20 each year.