Missouri – Department of Revenue to begin accepting e-filed state tax returns Feb. 12

JThe Missouri Department of Revenue will begin accepting and processing e-filed state tax returns for tax year 2020 on Friday, Feb. 12, the same day the IRS will begin accepting and processing federal tax returns for individual filers. As Missourians Continue reading Missouri – Department of Revenue to begin accepting e-filed state tax returns Feb. 12

Oregon – Oregonians Must Pay Washington Sales Tax And File A Return

Oregonians who shop in Washington can start to file a sales tax return with the state. But are they? Last year, Washington lawmakers changed the rules for Oregonians who shop in Washington. Previously, Oregon residents could show their ID card Continue reading Oregon – Oregonians Must Pay Washington Sales Tax And File A Return

South Carolina – Tax Deadline Extended Until June 1, 2020 COVID – 19

The South Carolina Department of Revenue is giving taxpayers in the state more time to file their returns as they deal with the coronavirus outbreak.  The decision was first announced at a news conference Tuesday, and further details came out a Continue reading South Carolina – Tax Deadline Extended Until June 1, 2020 COVID – 19

Wyoming – Vendors Who Act as Contractors

SALT Report 3052 – The Wyoming Department of Revenue issued guidance regarding the tax responsibilities of vendors who act as contractors.  Generally, Wyoming allows a vendor who sells items to also act as a contractor to purchase materials from its Continue reading Wyoming – Vendors Who Act as Contractors

California – BOE Extends Relief to Taxpayers Affected by Clover Fire

SALT Report 3050 – The California State Board of Equalization is offering relief to business owners affected by the Clover Fire in Shasta County. If you lost your home, business, or tax records in the wildfire you may request an Continue reading California – BOE Extends Relief to Taxpayers Affected by Clover Fire

Colorado – Tax Filing and Payment Relief Granted for Flood Victims

SALT Report 2978 – The Colorado Department of Revenue announced that they are extending filing deadline for taxpayers affected by the recent floods.  The extension applies to corporate and personal income, partnership, fiduciary, withholding, sales, and excise taxes. The notice Continue reading Colorado – Tax Filing and Payment Relief Granted for Flood Victims

California – New Tax Guide for the Agricultural Industry

SALT Report 2938 – The California State Board of Equalization released a tax guide for the agricultural industry that is designed to help these taxpayers better understand the issues specific to this industry as well as to those who sell Continue reading California – New Tax Guide for the Agricultural Industry

Georgia – Proposed Rule Change to Signature Requirements For Tax Returns

SALT Report 2793 – The Georgia Department of Revenue issued a notice regarding proposed amendments to Rule 560-3-2-.27 – Signature Requirements For Tax Returns. The proposed amendments include the removal of section (5) “Tax Returns Filed Using the e-File & Continue reading Georgia – Proposed Rule Change to Signature Requirements For Tax Returns

California – Emergency Relief for Taxpayers Affected by Wildfires

SALT Report 2767  – The California State Board of Equalization announced that relief is available to taxpayers who may have been affected by the recent wildfires in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.  The BOE is offering these taxpayers an extension Continue reading California – Emergency Relief for Taxpayers Affected by Wildfires