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  1. For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, the extension period for filing a C corporation tax return has changed from six months to seven months. Get FTB Notice 2019‑07 for more information. Corporations can make payments online using Web Pay for Businesses.

  2. If the LLC requests an extension to file its tax return, wait until the LLC files its tax return to report the purchases subject to use tax and to make the use tax payment. Interest, Penalties, and Fees. Failure to timely report and pay use tax due may result in the assessment of interest, penalties, and fees. Application of Payments.

  3. Yes, but only if the amended return is submitted on or before the original due date of the return (May 17, 2021 for the 2020 tax year), or if filing on an extension, on or before the extension due date (October 15, 2021 for the 2020 tax year) [ORS 316.043(5)].

  4. For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, the extension period for filing a C corporation tax return has changed from six months to seven months. Get FTB Notice 2019-07 for more information. Corporations can make payments online using Web Pay for Businesses.

  5. If the deadline to file the CAT return falls on a weekend or a holiday (ORS 187.010 and 187.020) the return is due the next business day. For the 2021 calendar year, taxpayers using an annual accounting period other than a calendar year for federal tax purposes must prorate the CAT registration, filing, and payment thresholds.

  6. An examination of the distribution of and limitations upon governmental authority under the Constitution of the United States. Included are study of the doctrine of judicial review of legislative and executive action, the powers of Congress and the President, the limitations on state governmental powers resulting from the existence or exercise of congressional power, and judicial protection ...

  7. TIR 03-21: Tax Return Extension for Corporations that are subject to the Interest or Intangibles Add Back Law, General Laws, Chapter 63, Sections 31I and 31J TIR 03-20: Qualified Subchapter S Subsidiaries, Their Parents, and Entity Level Taxes, G.L. c. 63, § 32D