Over the last week, I lobbied and worked with the Administration to move tax
day back to give Nebraska families and small businesses one less thing to
Coronavirus is changing a lot, but my team and I are still working.
Over the last week, I lobbied and worked with the Administration to move the
federal tax day back to give Nebraska families and small businesses one less
thing to worry about.
Today, there's a sliver of good news: President Trump ordered his Treasury
Department to give each taxpayer an automatic 90-day tax extension from the IRS.
That means — because of coronavirus — federal tax day is now July 15th.
It’s hard to stay on top of all the news that’s coming out, but this is one of
those things I wanted Nebraskans to know about.
America doesn't have time for the petty, partisan debates that Washington
typically spends so much time on, but we do need more common-sense policy to
help us in this fight — and, that’s what this federal tax-deadline extension is.
I’m glad to have partnered with President Trump to get this change across the
The new normal is hitting Nebraska families hard, but we’re gritty people —
and we’ll keep working to get through this.
P.S. My campaign is working to keep Nebraskans up to date with the best
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