CalCPA offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.CalCPA’s Customer Success team—and chat—will be back on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
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As a CalCPA member, we recognize the tremendous importance to consistently provide you with any information or resources related to new and changing rules and regulations. This has never been more true than today, and we will continue to work tirelessly on this effort.
We encourage you to renew your membership today and continue to monitor this resource and CalCPA communications for the most up-to-date information.
As guidance, regulations and the business landscape changes almost daily in response to COVID-19 changes daily, our learning team is partnering with experts to bring you the information you need to help guide your firm and your clients. Check out our webcast offerings.
Highlights of American Rescue Plan Act (March 10, 2021) | President Biden Sign American Rescue Plan Act (March 11, 2021)
AICPA Tax Filing FAQs
FTB Update: For paper returns and other documents that must be signed with an original signature by the taxpayer and/or their tax representative, the FTB will not require an original signature through Dec. 31, 2021, except for Power of Attorneys. (May 25)
From the FTB: Statute of limitations, postponements and COVID-19—The FTB has extended the e-signature option for statute of limitation waivers through June 30, 2021. (Dec. 14)
Gov. Newsom Announces Assistance for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19, Including Temporary Tax Relief and $500 Million in Grants (Nov. 30)
Governor Releases Updated Industry Guidance | California Resilience Roadmap
Governor Taps California Business, Labor, Health Care and Community Leaders for New Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery
Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order Providing Relief to California Small Businesses: Order also provides 90-day extension in state and local taxes, including sales tax, and extends licensing deadlines and requirements for a number of Department of Consumer Affairs boards, including the CBA.
Additional assistance available for California small businesses and workers impacted by the crisis:
CPA Services Designated as Essential
CBA: CONTINUING EDUCATION EXTENSION (April 14, 2021)
On March 30, 2021, the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) issued a new continuing education (CE) extension waiver for licenses that expire between March 31, 2020, and May 31, 2021. Licensees have until Sept. 30, 2021, to satisfy any waived CE requirements, unless the waiver is further extended.
The March 30, 2021, order rescinds the DCA’s previous three CE extension waivers issued in October 2020, December 2020 and February 2021. Licensees must still comply with other renewal requirements, including completing and submitting required renewal forms and paying renewal fees by their respective due dates.
Licensees impacted by the CE extension must comply with the 80 hour CE requirement in their next renewal cycle with the exception of the first year 20 hour requirement. Licensees may use CE credits earned during the waiver extension period to satisfy their current or next renewal cycles provided that the same CE credits are not used to satisfy both renewal cycles.
Continue monitoring the CBA’s website for developments and contact the CBA directly with any requests for accommodation.
Uniform CPA Exam and Initial Licensure
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