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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Commonly asked questions about the tax filing extension to May 11 Posted on Apr 13

The extension of the tax filing deadline (both state and federal) to May 11 for residents of seven counties in Massachusetts declared federal disaster areas due to flooding has prompted quite a few questions. DOR has published legal guidance in Technical Information Release 10-7, but   …Continue Reading Commonly asked questions about the tax filing extension to May 11

Dueling competitiveness stats daze and confuse Posted on Apr 7

Dueling competitiveness stats daze and confuse

Posted by: Robert Bliss, Director of Communication, Department of Revenue Chances are you thought Jacoby Ellsbury was a pretty good center fielder, based if nothing else on the highlight reel footage of his acrobatic catches in Fenway Park. But then the Ultimate Zone Rating (UZR)came along   …Continue Reading Dueling competitiveness stats daze and confuse

New from City and Town: Partnering with Lawrence Posted on Apr 2

In this week's City and Town, the newsletter published by the Division of Local Services on subjects of interest to local officials, DOR Deputy Commissioner Robert G. Nunes writes about the significance of the bill Gov. Deval Patrick signed earlier this week allowing the City   …Continue Reading New from City and Town: Partnering with Lawrence

Residents of seven MA counties get more time to file taxes Posted on Apr 1

Gov. Deval Patrick has instructed the Massachusetts Department of Revenue to give residents of Bristol, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk and Worcester counties additional time to file their state tax return. Due to extensive flooding those counties have all been declared federal disaster areas by   …Continue Reading Residents of seven MA counties get more time to file taxes