We know EAs have a multitude of concerns these days, most of which would not be addressable by IRS phone assistors anyhow, and we are pleased to share that through NAEA's relationship with Wolters-Kluwer, you have the ability to find in one place state tax filing relief. Once you log in (E@lert logs in through NAEA's website, via the member benefits tab), at the bottom right of the screen you will see "Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic," and immediately beneath that, you will have access to a document that updates in real time. You will also be able to search for information from any state specifically.
Aside from our own resources, you may want to consider the following:
We note in particular:
- An interactive map from Akin Gump providing interactive current information on state, county, and local government business closures in response to the coronavirus emergency.
- The Tax Foundation is tracking state legislative responses to coronavirus.
- The New Jersey Division of Taxation provided guidance (scroll to bottom of page) on telecommuting and corporate nexus. The Division writes, "In the event employees are working from home solely as a result of closures due to the coronavirus outbreak ... no [nexus] threshold will be considered to have been met." Deloitte provides further context and a link to FAQs.
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