Bloomberg Tax
March 26, 2020, 4:19 PMUpdated: March 26, 2020, 10:35 PM

Tax Executives Urge States to Delay Beyond IRS Deadlines (2)

Lydia O'Neal
Lydia O'Neal
Reporter
Michael J. Bologna
Michael J. Bologna
Staff Correspondent

The Tax Executives Institute urged states and localities to move beyond the IRS’s extended deadlines, while Colorado residents could be losing out on expected tax rebates. Here’s the latest on shifting state tax guidelines, deadlines, and policy to deal with the new coronavirus pandemic. For Wednesday’s coverage click here. Here’s a state-by-state roadmap.

An organization representing corporate tax executives wants state and local authorities to follow the federal government’s lead—and go beyond—by delaying certain filing and payment deadlines, among other forms of relief, as the new coronavirus pandemic forces in-house accountants and lawyers to work remotely.

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