Internal Revenue Service Webinar for Co-Vid Tax Relief for Employers and the Economic Impact Payment
Subject: Internal Revenue Service Webinar for Co-Vid Tax Relief for Employers and the Economic Impact Payments and Recovery Rebate Credit.
Dear Illinois Partners:
The Internal Revenue Service and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity will present a webinar discussing Co-Vid Tax Relief for Employers and the Economic Impact Payments and Recovery Rebate Credit. This webinar is intended to provide information to business owners and tax preparers alike. There will be two identical presentations, one at 6pm on Thursday March 25th, and one on Friday March 26th at 10am. You need not attend both webinars, one should suffice. The webinars will be scheduled for an hour and a half, allowing for two separate topics to be discussed. Namely; (1) Co-Vid Tax Relief for Employers and (2) The Economic Impact Payments and Recovery Rebate Credit. Mike Mudroncik; Senior Stakeholder Liaison at the Internal Revenue Service; will lead the presentation. Please share with anyone you deem appropriate.
Date and time: Thursday, March 25, 2021 6:00 pm
To register for this webinar, click the following link: https://illinois.webex.com/illinois/onstage/g.php?MTID=e4e2b9266b3b50ce47ff51b3ef31d1cdf
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Or: Friday, March 26, 2021 10:00 am
To register for this webinar, click the following link: https://illinois.webex.com/illinois/onstage/g.php?MTID=ea159a41f0194246a510803c4e460994d
Account Manager Northwest Region
Regional Economic Development
Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
Cell 309 582 4090
Northwest Region consists of Mercer, Henry, Bureau, Putnam, LaSalle,
Lee, Whiteside, Jo Daviess, Carroll, and Rock Island Counties
Thank you for your message. COVID-19 has had an obvious impact on all of our lives and will do so at the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity as well. As the vast majority of our employees will be working remotely, there could be an impact on processing and response times. But, we are hopeful that there will be minimal disruption on our services. We appreciate your patience during this period and will address concerns as promptly as possible under the circumstances. Thank you.
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