Under guidance of our national office, all Kansas Tax-Aide sites are temporarily closed to protect our volunteers and clients from unnecessary exposure to COVID-19 virus transmission. At this point, we are not yet sure when we will re-open or the process to reschedule missed appointments. Once the Kansas sites are safe to reopen, we will make every effort to reschedule appointments that were canceled due COVID-19 response.
Per the Treasury Secretary, taxpayers will be given an extension to FILE and PAY without interest or penalty for 90 days on amounts owed. We expect more details regarding this change to be released soon, and we will update the website as appropriate.
Per the Kansas Revenue Department, taxpayers will be given an extension to file 2019 KS Homestead Claim returns to October 15, 2020.
Additional Kansas and Federal filing assistance and guidance can be found at the following links:
As we receive more guidance, the Kansas program will share updates on the website.
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