Tax Penalty Relief for Sales, Use & Withholding Taxes

by | Mar 20, 2020

Tax Penalty Relief:

Small businesses in Michigan scheduled to make their monthly sales, use and withholding tax payments on March 20 can postpone filing and payment requirements until April 20. All tax penalties are waived for 30 days, including interest. Click here for more details.

What about other State Taxes?

The State of Michigan is currently monitoring the Federal Situation regarding individual income tax. The State has made no announcements about changing the state income tax deadline at this time. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is maintaining a State Tax Filing Relief Chart for Coronavirus. Click on the link to check out the latest developments on state tax filings related to coronavirus.

The Bottom Line

Contact us to learn more about how this tax penalty relief may apply to your business.




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