California business taxpayers filing a return for less than $1 million in tax have received an additional three months to file returns and pay taxes, officials said Tuesday.
The extension pushes the due date for small businesses to submit their 1st Quarter 2020 returns to July 31, 2020.
Additionally, all businesses have an extra 60 days to file claims for refund from CDTFA or to appeal a CDTFA decision to the Office of Tax Appeals, according to the statement.
The provisions of the executive order also apply to the other tax and fee programs administered by CDTFA, according to the statement.
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by Elliot Keegan
March 31, 2020