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Massachusetts Tax Filing and Payment Extension Announced for Personal Income and Corporate Excise Taxpayers Affected by COVID-19
The Massachusettts Department of Revenue (DOR) released guidance today that  extends the April 15, 2020 deadline to July 15, 2020  for personal income tax, estate and trust income tax, partnership composite returns and personal income with respect to deemed repatriated income.  The guidance also extends the due date for Q1 and Q2 estimated payments to July 15, 2020. 

While the guidance does not extend the April 15 deadline for C-corps, the DOR is waiving late-file and late-payment penalties (although interests will still accrue).

For a copy of the DOR guidance, please click here

The delay is automatic and thus does does not require any additional forms to qualify for the extension. Those who may be eligible for the payment deferral will automatically have interest or penalties waived.

Any clients who may be due a refund are strongly encouraged to proceed with filing your return as soon as possible.

For clients who still need to provide us with documents necessary for preparation of their tax returns, we request that you consider sending all necessary tax information through secure electronic means when possible. Please click here for more details on our secure electronic processes.
During this challenging time, our team remains committed to assisting and supporting our clients and friends of the firm with successfully managing their businesses and individual finances. Please click here for ongoing updates from Gray, Gray & Gray on our response to the coronavirus crisis and helpful resources such as our webinar series, articles, and more.

For additional information on tax filing and payment deadlines, please contact our Tax Department at (781) 407-0300.

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