The Government Shutdown and the IRS: Employees Get Furloughed but the Tax Law Goes On!

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When the government shut down on October 1st, the IRS, along with most federal government agencies, temporarily shuttered activities, waiting for either an appropriation bill or a continuing resolution to emerge from Congress. With 91% of the IRS’s 95,000 employees on furlough, you may be asking yourself, how does this impact me as a taxpayer?

Filing and Payment Deadlines Have Not Changed

All taxpayers, including individuals, businesses, and nonprofits need to continue to file and pay taxes based on existing deadlines. All deadlines remain unchanged by the shutdown, including the October 15th deadline for extended returns. Both e-file and paper returns will …read more

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