Stay updated on all areas of tax filings and business processes affected by COVID-19

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Coronavirus—Protecting you and our staff

To our valued customers,

In an effort to protect you and our staff, we are implementing a “contactless” workflow.  We use Zoom for video conferencing.  Face-to-face meetings are available by appointment only.  Please provide documents to us digitally, whenever possible (pdf files, black and white, 300 dpi, 8,.5 x 11 inch, if possible).  We use Verifyle for file-sharing and messaging.  It is free, secure, and simple to use.  Contact us for details.  You can also mail documents to us or stop by the office and drop them off.  A mail slot is available for after-hours drop-off.  Original documents will be returned to you when we finish your work.

U.S. Small Business Administration COVID-19 Resources:

Here is the latest federal and state due dates for filing and paying your 2020 tax obligations and 2021 estimated tax payments:


  • The filing deadline:  April 15, 2021. Tax returns or extension requests are due by this date.

  • Payment of 2020 balance due:  April 15, 2021.  

  • First-quarter 2021 estimated tax payments are due by April 15, 2021.

  • Link to more information: 


  • The filing deadline:  April 15, 2021.

  • Payment of 2020 balance due:  April 15, 2021

  • 2021 estimated tax payments are due on the usual dates, April 15, 2021, June 15, 2021, September 15, 2021 (if necessary), and January 17, 2022.

  • Link to more information: 

We work from our homes most of the time.  We check e-mails and phone messages regularly, but response times may be longer than normal.  Thank you for your patience.

Be well and stay safe.

Additional Resources

Sacramento County

Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and Expansion of the Family Medical Leave Act

State tax filing and payment guidance from the AICPA