ST. PAUL, MN — On Wednesday, March 18, the Minnesota Department of Revenue announced that they will grant businesses identified in Gov. Walz’s recent Executive Order 20-04 a 30 day extension until April 20, 2020, to make sales and use tax payments that were set to be due on March 20 without any penalties or interest.
“This one month payment delay will literally help thousands of families who are counting on their next paycheck, and allow many small businesses to survive until additional help arrives,” Davids said. “We are so grateful to Gov. Walz and Commissioner Bauerly for taking decisive action — our employers need to know that this is the first step of what I know will be many taken by the state and federal government to help navigate this unprecedented crisis.”
According to the announcement, the extension is only available to businesses impacted by the Governor’s executive order who file their Sales and Use tax payments monthly. Questions should be directed to the Minnesota Department of Revenue by contacting email@example.com or (651) 296-6181 or (800) 657-3777.