DPW Help Center

  • A resource for tax issues related to COVID-19 and the 2020 tax season*

Tax Rebates and TAX Credits

Tax rebate for Individual TaxPayers

Recovery Rebate for individual taxpayers, plus other important benefits, CARES Act

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

Understanding FFCRA, EPSL and EFML Tax Credits for Businesses, Paid Leave and Potential Hardship Exception

Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC)

50 percent refundable payroll tax credit on wages, CARES Act

UNemployment insurance

IRS - Getting Paid

Receive $600 weekly unemployment claim


Understanding Provisions, CARES Act

Government Assistance - Businesses

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Understanding PPP, SBA loans for payroll and related expenses, Options for loan forgiveness  (CARES Act)


Steps to ensure PPP loan forgiveness


EIDL Low-interest disaster loans including for economic disasters, EIDL Advance information

Additional Funding Options

Funding options for businesses including the SBA Bridge Loan and Debt Relief 

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Important Deadlines

Deadline Adjustments

  • 2019 filings due April 15 are now due July 15, 2020, Individuals, Corporations, and Estates
  • No extension needed for most states (including Oregon)
  • Quick refund option for corporations, use IRS form 4466

DeadlineS NOT AdjustED

  • Oregon CAT Tax 1st quarter payment is still due on April 30, 2020
  •  Estimated Oregon Quarterly Income Tax payments were not extended. First quarter payment due April 15, 2020, second quarter June 15, 2020, third quarter September 15, 2020, and fourth quarter January 15, 2021

Deferring Payments Until July 15, 2020​

  • Federal 1st and 2nd Quarter 2020 estimated tax payments (income and self-employment taxes)
  • Exception: Transition tax installment payments

IRS - Getting Paid

You may have friends or family asking how they can receive the $600.00 per week through the federal government as part of their unemployment. When the person is filing out their weekly unemployment claim with their phone, they can either use the mobile app or go to the mobile website. THEY MUST GO TO THE WEBSITE! They will go through the yes/no questions and check that they are not looking for work, as they have a job to go back to after the COVID-19 ban is lifted or their employer has them back. At the bottom of that page, there is a box to check that says they are not working due to COVID-19. This box DOES NOT show up on the mobile app, only on the website. Click this box. This money is retroactive.

Below is the link to the IRS site regarding payments. You should check periodically, as the site is being updated to facilitate auto-deposits.

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