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COVID-19 Business Tax Relief Tool



COVID-19 Business Tax Relief Tool

Let us help you determine if you or your business is likely to qualify for one or more of the tax relief options currently available.

In 2020, the Federal government enacted several new laws that provide tax relief and assistance to businesses impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Some allow for an immediate dollar-for-dollar tax offset against payroll taxes to help pay for employee sick leave and some are designed to help keep employees on your payroll.

All you need to do is answer a few questions. It should take less than 5 minutes.

Based on your answers, the tool will:

  • Let you know if you may be likely to qualify for any of the available relief options.
  • Link you to more information that will allow you to understand how to take advantage of those options.

For questions or additional guidance about COVID-19 related tax relief; visit the IRS Coronavirus Relief siteCoronavirus Tax Relief for Businesses and Tax-Exempt Entities, and New Employer Tax Credits pages.

We also have more information available on our site at Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tax Relief.

Note: As an individual taxpayer, you may also be eligible to receive an Economic Impact Payment (EIP). Visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tax Relief, then use our EIP tool to see what steps, if any, you need to take to receive it.

Click Here To Use COVID-19 Business Tax Relief Tool

Disclaimer: This tool is not intended to replace formal guidance or provide an official qualification determination. This tool does not cover every unique situation. Instead it is intended to provide general information based on responses entered. Updates to this tool will be made weekly as needed.

National Taxpayer Advocate

National Taxpayer Advocate

National Taxpayer Advocate

The Office of the Taxpayer Advocate, also called the Taxpayer Advocate Service, is an office that is independent of the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Government’s tax collection agency, although the two bodies often work closely together.

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