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IRS Postponements Related to Hurricane Irene - Emil Estafanous, CPA : Emil Estafanous, CPA

IRS Postponements Related to Hurricane Irene

As we are substantially aware, a IRS announced Sep 1 that it would concede taxpayers who reside in, or have businesses in counties that were announced sovereign disaster areas to record certain earnings late. Since Sep 1, a IRS has combined additional states to a list formed on a Federal Emergency Management Agency reviews of state applications. For some-more information about these sovereign disaster areas, other forms of service available, and a several locations authorised for relief, go to a IRS’ website.

Taxpayers not located in announced disaster areas though whose annals required to accommodate a deadline are in a lonesome disaster area are also entitled to relief.  Certain deadlines descending on or after Aug 26, and on or before Oct 31, have been deferred to Oct 31, 2011, which  includes companies and other businesses that formerly performed an prolongation until Sep 15 to record their 2010 returns, and people and businesses that perceived a identical prolongation until Oct 17. The prolongation also relates to a estimated taxation remuneration for a third quarter, routinely due Sep 15.

The IRS also announced service for taxpayers whose lapse preparers were influenced by Hurricane Irene (IR-2011-88). The Sep 15 taxation lapse due date is extended to Sep 22 for taxpayers whose lapse preparer is located in an area that was underneath an depletion sequence or a serious continue warning since of Hurricane Irene. This encompasses a incomparable area than a federally announced disaster areas. The service relates to taxpayers no matter where they are located.

The Sep 15 deadline relates essentially to 2010 corporate, partnership, and trust earnings on extension. The service relates to a filing deadline; a taxation remuneration mandate are not postponed.

After countless discussions with a IRS, a AICPA asked a Service to extend a Sep 15th filing deadline for certain taxation earnings for taxpayers and taxation lapse preparers located in areas influenced by Hurricane Irene. “Many of a members are now actively intent in credentials of corporate, pass-through entity and trust taxation earnings with extended filing deadlines of Sep 15, 2011,” Patricia Thompson, chair of a AICPA Tax Executive Committee, pronounced in a letter. “The sustenance of these services has been drastically influenced by a issue of Hurricane Irene. We are conference reports of members who have singular internet connectivity and energy outages (both during their offices and during their personal residences).

The AICPA was supportive to a IRS’ singular management to change form and remuneration dates.  We were also really most wakeful of a genuine outcome of changes to form and remuneration dates on a ability of a IRS to discharge a taxation complement as good as a money upsurge issues combined for a Treasury Department when a poignant remuneration date, Sep 15, is impacted.  Nevertheless, we believed a border of a continue disruptions fitting inexhaustible relief.

Our discussions associated to Hurricane Irene also extended to many Eastern Seaboard state CPA societies in aiding them in disseminating a indispensable information to their members.

For information per a impacts on state taxation filings, greatfully go to your state fatiguing management website. 

About Emil Estafanous, CPA
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Tax Professional committed in representing taxpayers and resolving their tax problems.

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