The AICPA Is Pretty Sure the April 15 Filing Deadline Is Gonna Be Extended, You Guys

Several CPAs have posted on Twitter, Fishbowl, and Reddit the following communiqué they received Sunday afternoon from the AICPA regarding both the April 15 and the March 16 filing deadlines:

While tax season 2019 was considered by most as one of the worst tax seasons on record, tax season 2020 might go down as the tax season that never ended.

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