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Using TTB Tamer for State forms

**Update** State Report Helper has been added inside of TTB Tamer! Check it out here.

TTB Tamer currently only completes the required Federal Operations forms (5130.9 & 5130.26) and the Federal Excise return 5000.24. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t use the data you enter into TTB Tamer for your State forms!

TTB Tamer has a very powerful and easy to use Entry Log (or history page as it’s commonly referred to) that allows users to search for specific types of entries and filter by date windows. For example, if you wanted to know how much beer was sold in Kegs in the month of July, you would just select “Beer removed for sale in Kegs” from the Category Filter, select July 1, 2015 for the start date and July 31, 2015 for the end date.

All of the entries you made for Kegs sold during that time would be shown.

easily search and filter your entries for state reporting
Note: Actual user data shown. Some text fields blurred to protect the innocent.

Just grab a calculator and BOOM, Bob’s your uncle!

You can do this for any bit of information you enter. Unless a state form asks for something weird that the federal forms ignore, we’ve got you covered.

We get asked a lot if TTB Tamer will eventually support State forms. Believe me when I say that we would LOVE to incorporate all 50 states into TTB Tamer for state reporting. However, we are still a very small team (2 people strong at the moment) and keeping up with 50 states of  regulations and just as many new forms would require more programming and monitoring that we could possibly handle at the moment.

Using the Entry Log filters and search categories is a no brainer to help you with your State reporting requirements.

Cheers!

 

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