This is an additional update to our communication sent on September 28 (refer to copy below), sharing the latest news release from the IRS regarding the disaster designation granted to the state of Florida and the accompanying exception to the upcoming October 17 filing deadline and other tax relief.
The entire Partner Support Team extends our thoughts to those of you that have been impacted by this recent disaster and are here to assist you if needed.
To Our Valued Partners, (Sent September 28)
Partner Support is sharing instructions on how to access important updates from the IRS regarding extensions to the upcoming October 17 filing deadlinefor designated disaster areas, along with other types of tax relief that have been granted to these areas.
Currently, extensions and/or tax relief have been granted to certain designated areas in Alaska, Arizona, Mississippi, Missouri, Kentucky and Puerto Rico. Following the impact from this week’s Hurricane Ian, it is likely that other areas in Florida and perhaps surrounding states will be added to the disaster list.
To view the most recent list of tax relief provided by the IRS in disaster situations based on FEMA’s declarations of individual assistance, go to the IRS Tax Relief in Disaster Situations | Español webpage and click on +2022 to access a dropdown of the individual notices containing details and instructions for the specific state. Again, be sure to check back for any new additions.