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Texas Disaster Relief Extensions for Louisiana Flooding

Monday, September 12, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Ann Lupo

Texas Disaster Relief Extensions for Louisiana Flooding

Taxpayers considered to be affected by the flooding in Louisiana are eligible for the extension of time to file returns, pay taxes, and meet other deadlines established by the Comptroller, which includes individuals who live in the disaster area and remit taxes in Texas.

Taxpayers affected by the storm are eligible for an extension of time to file and pay taxes due, upon request only. When extensions are granted, the taxpayer will be informed of the new due dates.

For more information, or to request a tax filing extension, call the Comptroller’s toll-free assistance in Austin at 1.800.252.5555. 

Taxpayers affected by the disaster are eligible to receive a 90-day filing extension for July monthly reports due in August, August monthly reports due in September, and quarterly reports due in October. August 19, 2016 Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Interoffice Memo.

The Texas Comptroller's office has provided a list of frequently asked questions regarding tax relief for businesses affected by natural disaster. FAQs.

LCPA Advocacy Team thanks the Louisiana Department of Revenue for obtaining and getting permission to share the Texas Comptroller’s Interoffice Memo with our members. 

We have requested that LDR share the updated FEMA DR-4277 listing of designated parishes with the Texas Comptroller’s office. 

If you do not receive a timely response from Louisiana Department of Revenue Tax Practitioner Inquiry emails or have any questions regarding this release, please contact
Linda Babin.
Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants
2400 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 500, Kenner, LA 70062 | 504.464.1040 | 800.288.5272
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