State Reminds Small Businesses Delayed Taxes Due June 1
Connecticut is reminding small businesses that several tax returns and payments that were delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic are due June 1.
The state Department of Revenue Services said these returns and payments are due:
- Sales tax and room occupancy tax returns for the month of April 2020
- Sales tax and room occupancy tax returns for the months of February and March 2020 for taxpayers who qualified for an automatic extension of time to file and pay related to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Quarterly sales and room occupancy tax filers with returns and payments for the quarter ending March 31, 2020 for taxpayers who qualified for the extension
The state announced in late March that it was extending certain small business sales tax deadlines to help businesses impacted by the pandemic.
It applied to taxpayers with $150,000 or less in annual sales tax liability and those with $150,000 or less in annual room occupancy tax.
Taxpayers must file their returns and pay associated taxes electronically through the DRS Taxpayer Service Center.
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