Regulatory and Legislative

Deadline Relief for California Severe Winter Storms

The IRS has announced the postponement of certain tax-related deadlines for victims of severe winter storms, straight-line winds, flooding, landslides, and mudslides in California. The tax relief postpones various tax filing deadlines that began on February 21, 2023. Affected individuals and households who reside or have a business in Modoc County, as well as taxpayers with records located in the covered area that are needed to meet covered deadlines, qualify for relief.

In addition to extending certain tax filing and tax payment deadlines, the relief includes completion of many time-sensitive, tax-related acts described in IRS Revenue Procedure 2018-58 and Treasury Regulation 301.7508A-1(c)(1). Affected taxpayers with a covered deadline on or after February 21, 2023, and before August 15, 2023, will have until August 15, 2023, to complete the acts. This includes filing Form 5500 series returns that are required to be filed on or after February 21, 2023, and before August 15, 2023.

“Affected taxpayer” automatically includes any individuals who live, and businesses whose principal place of business is located, in the covered disaster area. Those who reside or have a business located outside the covered disaster area, but have been affected by the disaster, may contact the IRS to request relief.

Taxpayers should consult with their tax advisor to understand the impact of the deadline relief on their own situation.

Regulatory and Legislative

IRS Announces Deadline Relief for Texas

IRS Announces Deadline Relief for Texas

The IRS has announced the postponement of certain tax-related deadlines for victims of Texas severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding.