On October 16, 2023, the IRS announced another tax-filing and tax-payment deadline extension for individuals and businesses in California that were affected by last winter's storms in the state. Here's what you need to know.
What is the New Tax Deadline and Who Does it Apply to?
If you are an individual or business with an address of record in one of the FEMA declared disaster counties, this extension applies to you. The deadline is automatically extended to November 16, 2024 for both tax-filing and tax-payments, so there's no need to reach out to the IRS or your tax professional for an extension. All of California's counties are included with the exception of:
- Lassen County
- Modoc County
- Shasta County
What is Included in the Tax Deadline Extension?
Per the IRS, the following tax returns and payments are eligible for extension:
- 2022 individual income tax returns and payments normally due on April 18.
- For eligible taxpayers, 2022 contributions to IRAs and health savings accounts.
- Quarterly estimated tax payments normally due on April 18, June 15 and Sept. 15.
- Calendar-year 2022 partnership and S corporation returns normally due on March 15.
- Calendar-year 2022 corporate and fiduciary income tax returns and payments normally due on April 18.
- Quarterly payroll and excise tax returns normally due on May 1, July 31 and Oct. 31.
- Calendar-year 2022 returns filed by tax-exempt organizations normally due on May 15.
Please read the IRS press release for full details on this extension, including additional tax relief that is available:
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