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Department of Revenue extends tax deadlines for areas affected by Hurricane Laura...Continue Reading

BATON ROUGE – Louisiana taxpayers affected by Hurricane Laura may be eligible for automatic tax filing and payment extensions if their homes, principal places of business, critical tax records or paid tax preparers are located in parishes that have been declared federal disaster areas.

"Hurricane Laura brought devastation to many families and businesses across our state, and taxes are the last thing on their minds" said Louisiana Department of Revenue Secretary Kimberly Lewis Robinson. "With these automatic tax extensions in place, those families and businesses can focus on the rebuilding process. When the time comes to file these extended tax returns, we encourage taxpayers who cannot pay all at once to enter into payment plans so their accounts remain in good standing with the Department of Revenue."

For individual income, corporate income and franchise, fiduciary income, partnership, and partnership composite tax returns and payments due between Aug. 24 and Nov. 2, 2020, the extended due date is Dec. 31, 2020. Withholding, sales, severance and excise tax returns and payments due between Aug. 24 and Nov. 2, 2020, are now due Nov. 30, 2020. Taxpayers who are eligible for these extensions may also request relief for audit and litigation matters.

If penalties or interest began accruing on the return or tax before Aug. 24, 2020, the taxpayer will not be eligible for this relief.

Tax returns and payments submitted by the extended deadlines will not be subject to interest or to late filing or payment penalties.

Declared disaster areas include Acadia, Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Grant, Jackson, Jefferson Davis, Lincoln, Natchitotches, Ouachita, Rapides, Sabine, Vermillion, Vernon and Winn parishes. If additional parishes are declared federal disaster areas, LDR will issue guidance to include those parishes in this relief.

State tax deadline extended to Friday, July 17...Continue Reading

 

BATON ROUGE – The Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR) is extending the deadline for all state taxes due July 15, 2020. The extended deadline is Friday, July 17.

 

A state computer network connectivity problem has slowed down or made inaccessible several LDR web applications including the income tax filing application Louisiana File Online and the business tax management portal Louisiana Taxpayer Access Point (LaTAP).

 

The income taxes affected by this filing extension were due originally in April and May, but were extended to July 15 due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Other taxes affected by this extension, including alcoholic beverage, withholding and motor fuels importer are due today.

 

The following tax returns and payments are now due on July 17:

 

Tax Type

Original Due Date

Emergency Extension Due Date

Partnership Income

April 15, 2020

May 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Individual Income

May 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Fiduciary Income

May 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Corporation Income & Franchise

May 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Alcoholic Beverage

July 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Motor Fuels Importer

July 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

Withholding

July 15, 2020

July 17, 2020

 

LDR will not apply penalties or interest to any applicable returns or payments submitted by the July 17 deadline. Taxpayers who need more time to file these returns can request an extension at www.revenue.louisiana.gov/extensions. Failure to request an extension before the deadline can result in late-filing penalties. An extension grants additional time to file a return only. It does not grant more time to pay any taxes due. Payments submitted after the July 17 deadline are subject to penalties and interest.

 

Read Revenue Information Bulletin 20-014 for more information.

 

 

Network connectivity issues affecting LDR web applications...Continue Reading

 

BATON ROUGE - The application portal at FrontlineWorkers.la.gov began accepting applications at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15, and by approximately 7 a.m. had accepted more than 14,000 applications.

 

Bandwidth and servers were configured to handle the high volume of applications anticipated, however a separate network connectivity issue has affected all applications on the Louisiana Taxpayer Access Point portal, including the frontline workers application, Louisiana File Online, and other tax management applications.

 

The state Office of Technology Services has all hands on deck working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible.

 

Updates will be provided as information becomes available.

 

 

Filing Dates

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Sales and Use Tax
Prepaid Wireless Telecommunications 911 Service Charge
Hotel Occupancy Tax
Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority Food and Beverage Tax
10/15 Thursday
Louisiana Withholding Tax Form (L-1 Return) - 3rd Quarter - Semi-Monthtly Payment Frequencies
10/20 Tuesday
Sales and Use Tax
Prepaid Wireless Telecommunications 911 Service Charge
Hotel Occupancy Tax
Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority Food and Beverage Tax
Hazardous Waste Disposal Tax

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