Federal and Minnesota Tax Deadlines Extended

Mar 23, 2020Business, Business Tax, Covid-19

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin announced on Friday, March 20th that the federal tax deadline will be extended until July 15, 2020 and Minnesota Governor Walz announced that the State of Minnesota will follow suit with income tax filings and income tax payments due July 15.

Your tax and accounting professionals at Smith Schafer are working hard to provide you with timely service on your tax returns and will continue to work to help you get your taxes filed as soon as possible. However, in light of state and national recommendations on social distancing, you may see a delay in the timing of your tax return now that the deadline has been extended.

Please continue to mail, drop off, or upload your tax information to us.  If you would like a link to securely upload your documents, please let us know.

We are here to serve you, our valued clients, and recognize that now is an unprecedented time for you as individuals and as business owners.

At present, many states have not acted to change their filing deadlines and we will continue to monitor the state deadlines and keep you in compliance with the various states.

To our Business Clients

We recognize that your businesses are facing decisions that you have never had to face, and we are here to help. We are monitoring all bills that pass for their impact on our clients and will help you navigate through the impacts for your business.  

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