Martin Hood LLC | Tax Deadlines Extended Due to Recent Hurricanes
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Tax Deadlines Extended Due to Recent Hurricanes

In the past month or so, terrible storms have rocked the coastlines of the southeastern United States. The IRS is coming through to extend deadlines for both business and personal returns, in addition to extending the deadline of estimated tax payments. With all of the devastation that has taken place in the south, this relief comes at a welcome time in order to make lives easier for those impacted by the hurricanes.

 

Full article can be read at the Journal of Accountancy here.