COVID-19 & Hawaii Unemployment Tax Payment Extension

By April 22, 2020July 27th, 2020COVID-19, Tax Implications

Hawaii’s deadline for submitting first-quarter unemployment tax payments will be extended, the Hawaii Department of Labor & Industrial Relations announced today.

Unemployment tax and wage reports will remain due on April 30, 2020 as normal, but the Department is allowing for an extension to submit the tax payment until May 31, 2020.

The Department stated that the deadline for unemployment tax payments was moved to May 31st  to assist employers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Our office will be monitoring these situations closely and will send out additional announcements or make postings on our website (https://thomas-and-company.com/covid-19/) as we become aware of new developments.

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