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Kostelanetz & Fink is committed to keeping our clients informed about the rapidly changing tax and governmental implications of the novel coronavirus. This webpage is intended to provide information about the evolving guidance being issued by tax and government procurement officials at the federal, state and local levels in select jurisdictions, and we will be updating it regularly as we learn more.
Kostelanetz & Fink Analysis of the IRS’s FAQs and Updated Guidance on the Extension of the April 15 Tax Deadlines Due to Novel Coronavirus, click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink Analysis of the Tax Provisions for Businesses and Individuals Included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink Analysis of IRS Guidance on Collection and Other Enforcement Efforts, click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink Analysis of IRS Expands Extension of Tax-Related Deadlines Due to Novel Coronavirus, including excise, estate, gift taxes and information returns, click here.
Christopher Ferguson article in the New York Law Journal entitled “Prosecuting PPP Fraud May Be Harder Than It Seems,” published on May 12, 2020, click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink analysis on the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act Passed June 5, 2020, click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink analysis of IRS Guidance for International Taxpayers in Light of COVID-19, click here.
Kostelanetz & Fink analysis of SBA’s New PPP Loan Forgiveness Guidance, click here.
The IRS has created a webpage on IRS.gov designed to answer taxpayer and business questions about stimulus payments and other guidance issued in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The IRS webpage is being updated as needed to help individuals and businesses navigate the new guidance, obtain stimulus payments to which they are entitled and understand the new reporting and payment deadlines.
More information can be found at https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus and IRS Economic Impact Payments.
New York state, New York City, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and the states of Maryland and Virginia have all issued guidance and/or FAQs on tax filing deadlines and other tax-related issues for businesses and individuals related to the current coronavirus pandemic. Taxpayers should consult their tax professionals for advice on navigating these and other tax filing-related issues.
Links to the relevant state and city websites can be found below.
NEW YORK STATE AND NEW YORK CITY
New York State and New York City have issued emergency procurement requests for COVID-19 products, such as medical supplies and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). More information on how your business can help can be found below.