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Updated March 27, 2020
CPA Services Designated as Essential
Governor Issues Stay-at-Home Executive Order
FTB: As of March 18: State Postpones Tax Deadlines Until July 15 Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic—FTB is postponing until July 15 the filing and payment deadlines for all individuals and business entities for:
To give taxpayers a deadline consistent with that of the IRS without the federal dollar limitations, FTB is following the federal relief described in Notice 2020-17. Since California conforms to the underlying code sections that grant tax postponements for emergencies, FTB is extending the relief to all California taxpayers. Taxpayers do not need to claim any special treatment or call FTB to qualify for this relief.
CBA: Due to recommendations and guidance from local and state health officials to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the CBA office is closed to the public as of March 27 until further notice. During this time, users may experience some delays in reaching CBA staff. More info.
The COVID-19 pandemic may impact the ability of applicants and licensees to meet examination-related or license renewal-related requirements, including canceled exams, incomplete CPE, peer review delays and other requirements. To mitigate these impacts as much as possible, CalCPA has been in communication with the CBA on guidance.
The CBA has shared that they will be making every effort to accommodate requests from applicants and licensees as it relates to extensions for examination-related matters or license renewal-related requirements. Additionally, the CBA has indicated that it will be as flexible and accommodating as possible on requests.
CalCPA is also urging patience when working with the CBA. While it will make every effort to maintain normal operations, interruptions and delays to internal processes and work flows may be unavoidable.
If you need to request an accommodation, please send an email to:
NASBA, AICPA and Prometric Invoke Emergency Testing Period (NASBA)
The California Legislature has recessed until April 13 and the state Capitol and legislative office building has been closed to the public. Prior to the closure, the Legislature had fast tracked legislation to provide emergency resources for COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
For continued updates and resources relating to COVID-19, please visit our coronavirus resource page.