California- Sacramento State professor says 8.7% drop in retail sales ‘probably’ worst seen since Great Depression

At malls and shopping centers across Sacramento, store after store is closed and parking lots are empty. It’s a similar scene across the country and the globe as the COVID-19 pandemic forces many “non-essential” businesses to shut their doors. That’s Continue reading California- Sacramento State professor says 8.7% drop in retail sales ‘probably’ worst seen since Great Depression

Maine- Maine Revenue Services (“MRS”) Reminder: Sales Tax and Withholding Tax Deadlines Remain Unchanged

As recently announced in Tax Alerts by MRS, the deadlines for filing and paying Maine sales tax and state withholding tax are unchanged.  This is because, unlike income tax, sales tax and state withholding tax are “trust fund” taxes held Continue reading Maine- Maine Revenue Services (“MRS”) Reminder: Sales Tax and Withholding Tax Deadlines Remain Unchanged

South Carolina – State Tax Deadlines Near, Along with COVID Tax Extensions

Though there’s still time to file income tax returns for 2019. The state Department of Revenue reminded people Thursday that deadlines are nearing for certain tax payments and filings, and the postponed deadline for individual income tax filings is coming Continue reading South Carolina – State Tax Deadlines Near, Along with COVID Tax Extensions

Illinois – April 2015 Tax Filing Deadline Extended To October 2015 Due To April 9, 2015 Tornado Event

Salt Report 3620 – The Illinois Department of Revenue issued a press release announcing that tax filing deadlines due in April 2015 would be extended to October 31, 2015 for businesses and individuals impacted by the April 9, 2015 tornado event. Continue reading Illinois – April 2015 Tax Filing Deadline Extended To October 2015 Due To April 9, 2015 Tornado Event