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COVID-19: Maine Extends Second Quarter Estimated Tax Payment Deadline to 7/15/2020

Maine Governor Janet Mills recently announced that the second quarter estimated tax payment deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020.  The automatic extension applies to estimated payments of the following taxes that were originally due June 15, 2020: individual income tax, corporate income tax, franchise tax, and fiduciary income tax for estates and trusts.  The extension also applies to fiscal year filers with estimated or final payments originally due from April 16 through June 15, 2020, for each of the listed taxes.

This extension is in addition to the earlier extension of the state income tax payment and filing deadline from April 15 to July 15, 2020.  In its Tax Alert, issued April 30, 2020, Maine Revenue Services reminds taxpayers that the payments and filing due dates for sales and withholding taxes have not changed.

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Jonathan Block tax lawyer Pierce Atwood Law Firm
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Jon Block represents and advises clients with Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts tax problems. Jon litigates tax cases at the administrative level and through all levels of the court system, advises clients on transactional and multistate tax issues, obtains advance rulings for clients, and does a substantial amount of legislative and government relations work in the tax area. Jon's substantive expertise in state and local tax encompasses corporate and individual income tax, business profits tax, sales and use tax, property tax, excise tax, transfer tax, and other state and local...

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Olga J. Goldberg, Pierce Atwood, tax lawyer
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Olga J. Goldberg advises clients in complex state and local tax matters, including transaction planning and tax compliance. She represents clients on tax controversy matters from the administrative level through litigation and appeal or settlement. Olga’s practice covers all types of state and local taxes, including corporate income, business profits, franchise, sales and use, and property tax, with a focus on New England and Texas taxes.

Olga regularly speaks and writes on a wide range of state and local tax matters, and is actively involved in IPT and COST.

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Robert Ravenelle, Pierce Atwood Law Firm, Portland, Tax Law Attorney
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As head of Pierce Atwood's Federal Income Tax practice, Rob Ravenelle has extensive experience in the planning, negotiation and tax structuring for mergers and acquisitions. He works closely with members of our Business Practice Group to ensure that clients obtain the most economic and tax efficient transaction results possible. Rob's prior experience practicing as a Certified Public Accountant brings unique skills that enhance the value of our services in deal transactions, from mergers to renewable energy tax equity financing to succession planning of closely held...

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Kris J. Eimicke, tax lawyer, Pierce Atwood
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Kris Eimicke concentrates his practice on tax issues and economic development programs, with a special emphasis on state and federal new markets tax credit (NMTC) programs, renewable energy tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits, and the newly created opportunity zone program. Kris also regularly advises businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and individuals on tax issues related to a variety of business transactions, as well as representation before the Internal Revenue Service, state revenue agencies, and the courts on tax matters. 

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