All of the members of North Carolina’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives have signed their name to a letter urging the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service to postpone the federal tax filing and payment deadline from April 15 until June 15, 2021.
This action by the House delegation was prompted by a request from NCACPA earlier this month.
Representative Deborah Ross and Representative Patrick McHenry coordinated the effort to secure signatures from the delegation. The letter was delivered to Treasury and the IRS on March 17.
“We applaud the members of the delegation for their unanimous, bipartisan support for extending the tax deadline,” said NCACPA CEO Sharon Bryson. “Moving this deadline will help taxpayers and tax professionals who are simultaneously struggling with the hardships of the pandemic and navigating an unprecedented number of tax code changes during the filing season.”
If you have questions about this issue or other policy matters, please contact NCACPA Director of Advocacy Robert Broome, CAE.