Tax Season Extended
Tax Day has been moved from April 15th to July 15th. So, not only do taxpayers have more time to file their business and personal returns, but no penalties or interest will accumulate between April and July as well.
With request the Department of Revenue will provide extensions for filing and paying tax returns in the following ways (this only applies to returns that have not been paid yet and are due during the state of emergency):
- 60 days for monthly returns
- 30 days for quarter one returns
- 30 days for the annual 2019 return
The IRS gives continuous updates on relief related to the Coronavirus.
Additionally, learn more about DoR payments.
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