The federal government has moved the tax filing deadline from April 15 to July 15 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and Americans can even file for an extension beyond that to Oct. 15. But they should do so with caution. “You can extend, but the payment is always due,” Paul Miller, founder of Miller […]
As the coronavirus escalates across the United States, businesses and individuals are concerned with how this will affect their taxes, despite the deadline being extended to July 15. That changed deadline is not a blanket extension for all taxes, tax litigation...
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