Long Island Business News quoted National Tax Leader Joseph Perry about the extension of IRS tax filing and payment deadlines during the coronavirus crisis.
Long Island Business News
By Bernadette Starzee
Perry said Marcum is proceeding as if the deadline hasn’t changed. “Everybody hates doing their taxes and everyone procrastinates, and by moving the deadline back, it creates more opportunity for people to procrastinate,” he said. “But from a refund standpoint, that’s not a good idea.”
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