September 8, 2017
Due to the approach of Hurricane Irma, our office will be closed on Friday (9/08) as of 5:00 PM (or sooner depending on the weather condition), but we expect to resume business as usual on Tuesday (9/12) pending the outcome of Irma.
We are very aware of the corporate tax deadline of 09/15. We suspect the IRS will extend the deadline of 09/15 as its usually customary during a disaster such as Harvey and Irma, nevertheless, we cannot rely on this assumption until the IRS has posted notice on its website. You can follow this link for the latest news on IRS extensions, etc. https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tax-relief-in-disaster-situations.
We will be checking our email and replying as long as weather permits.
Ralf F. Heyer
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