New Tax Deadlines by State
5.19.2020 | In an effort to provide some relief amid the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 20 the IRS moved the national income tax filing day to July 15. The extension is designed to give taxpayers and businesses more time to file returns and make payments without interest or penalties.
Relief applies to individual returns, trusts, and corporations. Penalties and interest begin to accrue on unpaid tax balances as of July 16.
Most states have extended their filing deadlines to conform to the IRS decision, while others have implemented their own deadlines as shown below.
For states with a July 15 deadline, please note:
*Colorado extended its payment deadline to July 15 and its filing deadline to October 15.
*Tennessee has a corporate income tax but not an individual income tax. The state also taxes interest and dividend income.
For states that have varied deadlines, please note:
*Florida extended its filing deadline to August 3 and its payment deadline to June 1. The state has corporate but not individual income tax.
*Hawaii extended its deadline to July 20.
*Idaho extended its deadline to June 15.
*Iowa extended its deadline to July 31.
*Mississippi extended its deadline to May 15.
*New Hampshire extended its deadline to June 15. The state has corporate but not individual income tax. The state also taxes interest and dividend income. Only tax payers owing $10,000 or less in interest and dividend taxes in tax year 2018 are eligible for the extended tax deadline.
*Virginia did not extended its filing date but did extend its deadline for payment obligations to June 1.
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