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- 4th quarter: December 1, 2019 - February 29, 2020 Due date: Friday March 20, 2020. 3rd quarter: September 1, 2020 - November 30, 2020 Due date: Monday, December 21, 2020. ST-100. ST-100-I (Instructions) New York State and Local Quarterly Sales and Use Tax Return. ST-100-ATT. Instructions on form.
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Sales and Use Tax: December 2020, 4th Quarter 2020, and Annual 2020 returns due: February 1, 2021: April 30, 2021: Sales and Use Tax: January 2021 prepayment due: February 24, 2021: May 24, 2021: Aircraft Jet Fuel Tax: December 2020 tax due: February 1, 2021: April 30, 2021: Alcoholic Beverage Tax (Distilled Spirits Common Carrier) December 2020 and 4th Quarter taxes dueProgramFiling PeriodOriginal Due DateExtension Due DateSales and Use TaxFebruary 2021 return dueApril 1, 2021June 30, 2021Sales and Use TaxMarch 2021 and 1st Quarter 2021 returns ...April 30, 2021August 2, 2021Use TaxAnnual 2020 return dueApril 15, 2021July 15, 2021Aircraft Jet Fuel TaxFebruary 2021 tax dueApril 1, 2021June 30, 2021
Jan 04, 2021 · If you are self-employed or started a business on the side in 2020 for extra income, you are required to pay estimated taxes to the IRS on a quarterly basis. Although the IRS extended the deadlines for the first and second quarters’ estimated tax payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, third and fourth quarter deadlines for 2020 self-employed estimated tax payments remain unchanged.
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Alabama will waive sales tax late fees for certain businesses unable to make their February, March and April sales tax payments on time. Businesses eligible for the waiver include: 1. Small businesses (defined as businesses whose monthly retail sales during the previous calendar year averaged $62,500 or less.) 2. Businesses engaged in NAICS Sector 72 – Accommodation and Food Services. Find a complete list of business activities that fall into NAICS 72 here. Late fees will be waived through June 1, 2020. This relief does not apply to municipal and county sales and lodging tax. Requests for relief for state-administered localities will be reviewed individually and can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the order from the Alabama Commissioner of Revenue here. How to claim the extension? This is only an extension on time to pay sales tax. Taxpayers are still required to file their sales tax returns by the original state due dates. Important note: This relief only app...
Arizona taxpayers have reasonable cause for not timely filing or paying applicable transaction privilege taxes (TPT) to the Department of Revenue due to COVID-19. The Department has determined that COVID’s severe impact constitutes a reasonable basis for taxpayers’ inability to timely file and pay TPT, including county excise taxes and municipal privilege tax. The Department has approved abatements due to COVID for TPT periods beginning February 1, 2020. The period eligible for abatement will continue until further notice by the Department. For quarterly filers, the period January 1, 2020, to March 30, 2020, is included. More information here. The Department has issued a step-by-step guidefor taxpayers to request the COVID-19 abatement.
California has, by executive order, pushed back the deadline for state tax filing by 60 days for individuals and businesses unable to file on time based on compliance with public health requirements related to COVID-19. Read the full executive order here, and the news release here. Further, on April 2, the CDTFA announced that they were rolling out a monthly payment plan for businesses who gross $5 million or less in California revenue. Taxpayers will be able to repay up to $50,000 in annual sales tax liability in 12 equal monthly installments. You can read full details on California’s sales tax relief repayment plan here. How do businesses claim the extension? When e-filing a sales and use tax return, follow the software instructions to enter disaster information. The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) will waive interest and any late filing or late payment penalties. Find full instructions on managing the California sales tax filing extension here. If filing manually, on paper,...
The Governor will direct the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration to: 1. provide an automatic three-month payment extension for taxpayers filing less than $1 million in sales tax on their returns and extend the availability of existing interest and penalty free payment agreements to companies with up to $5 million in taxable sales; 2. broaden opportunities for more businesses to enter into interest-free payment arrangements; and 3. expand interest-free payment options for larger businesses particularly affected by significant restrictions on operations based on COVID-19 transmissions.
Colorado retailers that are required to file a sales tax return and remit sales tax on April 20, 2020 may extend their filing and remittance deadline to May 20, 2020. This is a one-time extension of the April 20, 2020 filing and remittance deadline for state and state-administered sales taxes. However, a retailer that does not file the return and remit full payment on or before April 20, 2020 will not be able to retain their vendor/service fee. (This is otherwise known as a “sales tax discount” and is a small percentage Colorado filers get to keep for filing/remitting sales tax on time.) This extension does not apply to self-collecting home-rule jurisdictions. If you collect in a home-rule jurisdiction, check with your local government to determine if they are allowing an extension on filing or payment time. You can read what the Colorado Department of Revenue has to say about the extension here. How do businesses claim the extension? Colorado’s extension is automatic and taxpayers...
Connecticut sales taxpayers who have $150,000 or less in annual sales tax liability qualify for an extension on time to both file and pay sales tax. (Similarly, those that have $150,000 or less in annual room occupancy tax also qualify for this relief.) To determine if you qualify, calculate your sales tax owed for calendar year 2019. (TaxJar customers can easily do this in the TaxJar app.) 1. For monthly filers: Returns and payments due March 31, 2020 and April 30, 2020 are extended to May 31, 2020 2. For quarterly filers: Returns and payments due April 30, 2020, are extended to May, 31, 2020 Read more in this news release from the Connecticut Governor’s Office. How do businesses claim the extension? Connecticut’s extension is automatic and does not require taxpayers to act. However, the state will verify that you qualify (by having $150,000 or less in annual sales tax liability during calendar year 2019) and you will be notified in the event that you are denied the extension.
The Washington DC Office of Tax and Revenue will automatically waive interest and late payment penalties for sales and use tax for all businesses (except hotels and motels) for periods ending on February 29, 2020 and Mach 31, 2020. All sales tax due by these periods must be paid in full by July 20, 2020. Any payments not made by this date will be subject to penalties and interest based on the original due date. Important to note: Hotel and motels allowed to defer real property taxes under separate COVID-19 tax relief provisions are not eligible for this sales tax relief. How do businesses claim the extension? This is only an extension on time to pay sales tax. Businesses must still file sales tax returns on time through MyTax.DC.govto receive the extension on time to pay.
The Florida Department of Revenue will waive penalties and interest for Florida taxpayers who were adversely affected by COVID-19. 1. February 2020 reporting period (Normally due March 20, 2020): Penalties and fees will be waived for taxpayers unable to file their February 2020 sales and use tax return by the March 20, 2020 deadline as long as the taxes are filed and remitted by March 31, 2020. 2. March 2020 reporting period (Normally due April 20, 2020): Penalties and fees will be waived for taxpayers unable to file their March 2020 sales and use tax return by the April 20, 2020 deadline as long as the taxes are filed and remitted by April 30, 2020. The Florida order defines “adversely affected” by COVID-19 as any of the following conditions: 1. The business closed in March 2020 in compliance with a state or local government order issued in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and following the closure had no taxable transactions for the taxes listed above. 2. The business experienced...
Taxpayers with sales tax due from the beginning of March 20, 2020 through the close of business April 30, 2020 will have an additional 60 days from the original due date to file and pay. Penalties associated with sales tax filing and payment during this period will be waived. Interest is waived from 60 days from the date the tax return was due, but if payment has not been made within those 60 days, interest will begin to accrue on the outstanding balance due on the first day of the calendar month after the 60th day. Here’s what the Iowa Department of Revenue published about Round 1 of the extension.
In early May, Iowa announced that they would extend the relief program, with some changes: 1. Only payments are deferred. This means that sales tax and withholding tax returns must be timely filed on or before the due date. If tax returns are not timely filed, the taxpayer will be disqualified from the program and late payment and filing penalties will apply. 2. Each payment included in the new program is deferred for 30 days. Penalties will apply and interest will begin to accrue if payment is not made by the end of the 30-day deferral period. 3. Payments deferred between and including March 20, 2020 and April 30, 2020 are still deferred for 60 days as indicated in the notice previously received. Here’s what the Iowa Department of Revenue published about Round 2 of the extension. How do businesses claim the extension?Apply here: https://tax.iowa.gov/COVID-19. Businesses who were accepted into the first round of the program do not need to reapply.
Jan 01, 2021 · Due Date; First Quarter 2021: 01/01/2021: 03/31/2021: 04/20/2021: Second Quarter 2021: 04/01/2021: 06/30/2021: 07/20/2021: Third Quarter 2021: 07/01/2021: 09/30/2021: 10/20/2021: Fourth Quarter 2021: 10/01/2021: 12/31/2021: 01/20/2022
Depending on the volume of sales taxes you collect and the status of your sales tax account with Colorado, you may be required to file sales tax returns on a monthly, semi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis. On this page we have compiled a calendar of all sales tax due dates for Colorado, broken down by filing frequency.
For applicable taxes, quarterly reports are due in April, July, October and January. Note: When a reporting due date happens to fall on Saturday, Sunday, or a legal holiday, the reporting due date becomes the next business day.
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