KPMG report: State and local tax guidance, tax relief (COVID-19) (updated 2 April)
State and local tax guidance, tax relief (COVID-19)
U.S. state and local jurisdictions continue to provide tax relief in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Some states and local governments have offered extensions of time to file or extensions of time to pay state and local taxes, or both.
KPMG’s State and Local Tax practice has prepared a report that, in table format, provides a summary of guidance from jurisdictions on extensions of time for filing and payment of income, sales and/or other state taxes, or penalty relief in light of COVID-19.
In this updated KPMG report (2 April) [PDF 253 KB], there is new or updated information from:
- Alabama (updated information)
- Kansas (updated information)
- Pennsylvania (updated information)
- City of Portland, Oregon (new information)
- Texas (new information)
Hyperlinks are provided in the table to the state or municipal website where additional guidance can be found. If the link to the KPMG report, above, is not dated 2 April, use the following link: State and local tax extensions in response to COVID-19 [PDF 253 KB]
For more information about a particular state development, contact a KPMG State and Local Tax professional with KPMG’s Washington National Tax:
Harley Duncan | +1 (202) 360 6165 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah McGahan | +1 (713) 449 9748 | email@example.com
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