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States Revise 2019 Tax Filing Deadlines

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has extended the filing date for 2019 tax returns from April 15 to   July 15. Several states also have extended filing deadlines and payment due dates for 2019 tax returns because of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

State

Action Taken

AL, AR, CA, CO, IN, MD, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OR, OK, PA, RI, SC, UT

Follow IRS extension of filing and payment date to July 15 for individual, corporate, and fiduciary returns

 

IA

Extended date for filing returns to July 31, no extension for estimated taxes

 

ID

Extended date for income tax returns and payments to July 15

 

CT

Extended date for personal income tax returns and payments to July 15; business and passthrough entity tax returns and payments extended to June 15

VA

 

Extended date for payments to June 1 without penalties but interest will accrue. No extension for filing tax returns due May 1

WA

 

Extended date for tax returns to May 15 upon request

District of Columbia

Legislation to follow as the IRS is pending

                                                               

 

Individual and business taxpayers should monitor their jurisdictions’ announcements for up to date information as states continue to revise their policies as new developments unfold.

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Glenn Newman focuses his practice on tax planning and controversy matters involving state and local taxes including personal income tax, corporate tax, sales tax and real property transfer taxes.He has held several government-positions in New York City throughout his illustrious career. He was most recently named to serve by the City Council as the President of the NYC Tax Commission. 

Prior to working in the finance department, Glenn Newman was the department's head of the Tax and Bankruptcy Division, in the Office of the Corporation Counsel of...

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