Right now, times are uncertain with the spread of COVID-19.
Unpredictable emotions are running high, with massive changes forced on your everyday routines due to the Coronavirus.
But the human race is resilient and we are in this together as a global community.
In times like this, when things seem rather bleak, there is always a silver lining to be found.
We look forward to doing our part at Donnelly Tax Law to help you see those good things this tax season.
We know this year will be like no other and the last thing we want to add to your worry is interruptions to completing your taxes.
So, while we all learn to deal with this new COVID-19 pandemic together, we want to let you know you can continue to count on your tax family here at Donnelly Tax Law to get you through this trying time.
Practices That Make Us Strong During COVID-19
We are putting your safety above all else in the upcoming weeks.
As the COVID-19 pandemic forces changes in our everyday routines, our priority at Donnelly Tax Law is to ensure the safety of our staff and to solve the tax concerns of our customers.
Donnelly Tax Law was built intentionally for a robust operation that is resilient to virus threats, both medical and electronic.
Our work will not be slowed down by the pandemic. Even in normal times, we automatically file extensions for our clients so that the April 15th deadline is extended until October 15th. Read further for more information about the filing and payment deadlines being extended by the IRS.
Donnelly Tax Law is a team of remote workers and therefore we are not exposed to the health risks of a typical shared physical office. We will continue to work on your behalf, even with regional lockdowns.
Precautions We Are Taking During COVID-19
We are implementing quarantine procedures for deliveries we receive. This safety measure will add a couple of days to the paper return filing procedure, but it will keep us working happily and healthily on your returns.
- All of our systems and data are cloud-based on highly-secure systems.
- All data is encrypted.
- All of our systems require two-factor authentication for extra security.
We are in communication with our vendors to make sure all critical systems remain available. We do not expect any unplanned outages.
COVID-19 Resources and How to Save A Lot Of Money With Your Tax Returns
We are still working hard for you! Donnelly Tax Law has a staff of eight people. We have always worked remotely, so the pandemic has not disturbed our business processes.
We also have a staff backup strategy, so that if any team member, including myself, needs to take sick leave, we have a backup so the work can continue.
Save 20% By Paying Your Invoice With Bitcoin
From now until April 15th, we are offering a 20% discount to current and future clients for any portion of your invoice that you pay or prepay with Bitcoin.
Our team is standing by to get you more details on how to take advantage of that special pricing.
Don’t have any Bitcoin? Start an account at Coinbase or Kraken.
Due To COVID-19, IRS Delay Filing And Paying By Three Months
To help cope with the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the IRS has delayed payments and filing by three months. July 15th is now the new due date for filing individual tax returns and making the final payment on 2019 taxes. There is no penalty for extra interest because of the three-month delay. We already automatically extend the filing deadline to October 15th for all of our customers.
The good news is that now there is extra time to pay!
If you are a client and your tax payment is scheduled already for auto-debit and you want to delay it, you will need to cancel the debit following the instructions in this link.
READ MORE: Tax Filing Deadline Extended To July 15th Due To COVID-19
Making The Most Of The COVID-19 Isolation
If you are part of our tax community, you can take advantage of the extra free time to finish gathering all your tax documents and crypto records.
Once completed, upload them to your secure ShareFile folders and let our client manager know so we can proceed with preparing your taxes.
You can also use this time to learn more about US expat taxes and cryptocurrency taxes with the various ebooks I’ve written about each topic. Visit our online ebook store and discover additional crypto tax tools at our site CryptoTaxAudit.com.
Learn about other important COVID-19 news from our blog. If you haven’t already, you can subscribe to our newsletter so you get notified of our latest posts.
READ MORE: Coronavirus Relief Package Signed Into Law – More To Come
Clinton Donnelly In The News
One last note, we are excited to report that I’ve been staying at the top of crypto news this tax season. I’ve taken part in multiple interviews with several national and international crypto podcasters, such as crypto pioneer Charlie Shrem, Brad Kimes, Ivan on Tech and more.
WATCH NOW: Crypto Tax Amnesty? CPA Clinton Donnelly Shares Critical Insights on How to Talk to the IRS and File