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PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
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Client Alerts
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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

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PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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FINANCIAL REGULATION & THE CARES ACT

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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ASSET MANAGEMENT

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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TAX LAW

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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REAL ESTATE & HOSPITALITY

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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DISPUTES

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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PRIVACY & CYBERSECURITY

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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SECURITIES & CAPITAL MARKETS

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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EUROPE

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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LATIN AMERICA

PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Treasury Announces Extension of Tax Filing Deadline to July 15

Mar 20, 2020, 13:55 PM
By Joseph Opich & Lauren Smith
Publication Type(s):
Client Alerts
Exlcude on home page:
No

Click here to read more from our Coronavirus series.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Friday that the tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15. All individual and business taxpayers have until July 15 to file their returns and make payments without incurring interest or penalties. Mr. Mnuchin urged taxpayers who are expecting refunds to file their returns as quickly as possible.

Details on the implementation of the extended deadline have not yet been released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The move to extend the tax filing deadline comes after pressure from lawmakers and tax practitioners to harmonize the filing deadline with the payment deadline. The Treasury announced earlier this week that individual taxpayers owing up to $1 million and C corporations owing up to $10 million would be given until July 15 to pay their liabilities without penalty or interest.

Click here for the latest updates and commentary on the response to COVID-19.

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