Tax Alert: Sales Tax Disaster Refunds, Arkansas Extends Filing Deadline
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Posted by: Ann Lupo
Louisiana taxpayers can claim refunds for state sales taxes paid on personal property destroyed by a natural disaster in a parish declared a federal disaster area.
Refunds are available for property lost during storms and flooding that affected the state in March and August of 2016.
LDR Press Release (08/26/2016)
RIB 16-049 Tax Relief to Individuals Affected by South Louisiana Severe Storms and Flooding; Natural Disaster Sales Tax Refund Claims
Form R-1362 (8/16 updated form) Natural Disaster Claim for Refund of State Sales Taxes Paid
(R-1362D and R-1362S are also contained in this form)
Form R-1362i Instructions Natural Disaster Claim for Refund
Arkansas Extends Tax Deadline for
Taxpayers residing in Louisiana counties which have been designated as federally declared disaster areas have until January 17, 2017, to file any Arkansas tax return, including individual income and corporate income, which are due on or after August 11, 2016.
Arkansas Department of Finance Administration News Release (08/30/2016)
LCPA Advocacy Team thanks the Louisiana Department of Revenue for working with us and reaching out to other states to request extensions.
If you have any questions regarding this release, please contact Linda Babin.
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