The approaching tax filing extension deadline is Monday, October 16th. We urge all taxpayers that requested a filing extension for their 2022 tax return to finalize and submit their Form 1040 by this date to prevent any late filing penalties.
Please note, if your business operates within disaster-affected areas in California, certain parts of Alabama, and Georgia, the October 16, 2023 deadline also applies to various federal individual and business tax returns, as well as tax payments.
Additional extensions have been granted to:
- Taxpayers impacted by flooding in Illinois and Alaska: Deadline extended to October 31, 2023.
- Flooding victims in Vermont: Deadline extended to November 15, 2023.
- Those affected by natural disasters, including Maui fires and Hurricane Idalia in parts of Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia: Extended deadline up to February 24, 2024.
For an exhaustive list and updates on disaster relief, please refer to the disaster relief page on IRS.gov.
Members of the military and others stationed in combat zones typically have an additional 180 days post-departure from the combat zone to file and settle any due taxes.
For assistance and online resources, consider leveraging the IRS Free File available until October 16th, especially if your adjusted gross income was below $73,000 in 2022.
Payments can be scheduled anytime leading up to the October 16 deadline, and options include online, phone, mobile devices through the IRS2Go app, and EFTPS. We highly recommend using electronic payment methods for convenience and accuracy.