State income tax return deadlines and other state tax impacts for 2020

June 22, 2020 : H&R Block

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on March 19, 2020. 

Most state income tax agencies have provided some sort of tax extension and payment relief due to the coronavirus crisis for the 2020 tax filing season (tax year 2019). You can find the details of this relief below.

  • All departments of revenue will automatically provide this relief, so taxpayers do not need to take any additional steps to qualify.
  • Taxpayers who are able to file and pay any taxes owed should continue to do so.
  • States would prefer taxpayers e-file and use direct deposit or electronic payments when possible.
  • For most states, the standard six-month extension to file, if requested, continues to extend the filing deadline until October 15, 2020. Taxpayers needing additional time to file beyond the coronavirus state tax deadline must follow the state’s existing procedures for requesting an extension of time to file. Keep in mind: An extension of time to file does not extend the time to pay without incurring penalties and interest. Please refer to H&R Block’s additional state tax filing extension chart.

Find the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) tax impacts your state below

Updated as of June 22, 2020

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Alabama: State Tax Extension Information

    • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for all tax types
    • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
    • 1st Q estimated payment deadline: 7/15/20
    • 2nd Q estimated payment deadline: 6/15/20
    • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. Interest on taxes due will begin to accrue on July 16 until the date the tax is paid. See additional state extension information.
    • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Scheduled tax payments will not automatically be rescheduled. You can reschedule or cancel your payment using one of the following methods depending on how it was originally scheduled.
    • If you scheduled your payment when you or your tax preparer submitted your return through the e-file system, you can reschedule or cancel your payment by going to https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov/?link=delaypayment.
    • If you scheduled a payment by credit card or debit card, contact the card processor to cancel the payment.
    • If the payment was scheduled through My Alabama Taxes (MAT), you may be able to modify or cancel your scheduled payment by logging back into your MAT account https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov/_/
    • If the extension or estimate payment was scheduled through Alabama Interactive, you can log back in to cancel your payment. At this time the payment date cannot be updated past April 15, we are working with Alabama Interactive to update the system to allow the Extension and Estimate payments to be rescheduled to July 15.

Alaska: State Tax Extension Information

Business and Pass Through Entity Income Tax

Permanent Fund Dividend Applications

  • Original due date: 3/31/20
  • New filing due date: 6/30/20
  • Additional information: Alaska does not impose a personal income tax but does require its residents to file for their permanent fund dividend (PFD) annually. The application period opens January 1st and closes March 31st. The filing deadline for 2020 (2019 dividend) has been extended to June 30. Additionally, the Permanent Fund Dividend Division (PFDD) has provided a paper option for filing should a resident be unable to file online. The PFDD will provide firmer guidelines at a later time.  In the meantime, for commonly asked questions related to eligibility and COVID-19 see the message from the PFD Division on the division website.
    • Eligible online applications that select direct deposit as their payment method will be paid in the 1st October payment, Oct. 1, 2020.
    • Eligible paper applications will be paid in the 2nd October payment, Oct. 22, 2020.
    • The March 2020 payment disbursement was delayed.
    • 2019 (and prior year) dividend applications that were in “Eligible-Not Paid” status on March 13th, 2020 were distributed the week of April 13, 2020.
      • 2019 (and prior year) dividend applications that were in “Eligible-Not Paid” status on April 10th, 2020 were distributed the week of April 20th, 2020.

Arizona: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individuals, corporations, and fiduciary income taxes as well as property tax refund (credit) claims filed on Form 140PTC
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. Interest on taxes due will begin to accrue on July 16 until the date the tax is paid. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Individual income tax payments scheduled for future dates can be cancelled and rescheduled for later dates on our website AZTaxes.gov. If the payment was scheduled through an electronic filing program, visit www.AZTaxes.gov, select Cancel a Payment, and select Efile as the Payment Type.  Data required is SSN, filing status, tax year, and payment amount.  If the payment was scheduled on AZTaxes.gov, select Cancel a Payment, then select the Payment type.  A confirmation number is required. Individuals can also schedule a future-dated payment on AZTaxes.gov.  Visit www.AZTaxes.gov, select Make a Payment and select 140V as the Payment Type to pay a filed return’s liability.
  • State announcements
  • Additional information:
    • Arizona Department of Revenue
    • The Department of Revenue encourages taxpayers to file electronically, as e-filing is more efficient, more secure, and refunds are processed faster than refunds from paper tax returns.

Arkansas: State Tax Extension Information

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California: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for all tax return types
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: You may cancel a payment by calling the California e-file help desk at 916-845-0353 at least 2 working days before the scheduled date of withdrawal. See CA – Electronic Funds Withdrawal
  • State announcements
  • Additional information: California Franchise Tax Board

Colorado: State Tax Extension Information

  • New payment due date: 7/15/20 for all tax return types
  • New filing due date: 10/15/20 for all tax return types (payments due 7/15/20 to avoid penalties and interest)
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: There is no additional extension of time to pay beyond 7/15/20. Taxpayers have an automatic extension of time to file through 10/15/20
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: The extension above does not automatically change income tax payments already scheduled to draft on or before April 15th, 2020. Coloradans wishing to cancel their currently scheduled direct debit payments in order to take advantage of the deadline extension can do so by emailing the Colorado Department of Revenue at DOR_TaxpayerService@state.co.us. For expedited processing, taxpayers should put “Request Cancellation of Direct Debit Payment” in the subject line of the email. Please submit all payment cancellation requests no later than 5:00 PM April 9, 2020. Please do not wait until the last minute to contact us regarding a scheduled payment as we cannot guarantee that we will be able to cancel the payment by April 15. Once a payment has been processed, we are unable to refund or return the payment. Once a payment is cancelled, it cannot be rescheduled through filing software, and a taxpayer must pay by the extended due date using another method to avoid penalty and interest.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Colorado Department of Revenue

Connecticut: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for all return types
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment:
    • If a taxpayer scheduled a payment through the DRS Taxpayer Service Center (TSC), the taxpayer should log back into the account and select “Cancel Payment” until the TSC processes the payment (generally two business days before the payment date).
    • If a taxpayer scheduled a payment as part of filing the tax return (authorizing an electronic funds withdrawal) the taxpayer may cancel the payment by emailing DRS at efile@po.state.ct.us. as soon as possible, but no less than two business days prior to the scheduled payment date. Include the taxpayer’s full name, last 4 digits of social security number, and dollar amount of payment.
    • If a taxpayer scheduled a payment by credit card or debit card the taxpayer may cancel the card payment by contacting the card processor.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Connecticut Department of Revenue
    • Those who need to contact DRS regarding their specific situation may send an e-mail to DRS@po.state.ct.us or call 860-297-5962 (from anywhere); 800-382-9463 (within CT, outside Greater Hartford area only); or 860-297-4911 (Hearing Impaired, TDD/TT users only).

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Delaware: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for all tax types
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: monitoring
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Delaware Division of Revenue
    • Any extension forms that would otherwise be submitted on paper may be submitted electronically to DOR at DOR_PublicService@delaware.gov. Please note an extension only extends the due date for filing, not for payment. The payment deadline will be July 15, 2020 and penalties and interest on underpayments will be calculated from that date, even if a taxpayer requests an additional extension of time to file.

District of Columbia (DC): State Tax Extension Information

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Florida: State Tax Extension Information

  • Filing due date for tangible personal property tax returns remains 4/1/20.
  • Corporate income tax due dates are extended as follows:
    • For entities with a fiscal year ending 12/31/19:
      • Florida CIT return filing due date is 8/03/20.
      • Florida CIT payments are due 6/1/20
      • The due date to submit a request for extension of time to file the return and make any tentative payment is 6/01/20.
    • For entities with a fiscal year ending 1/31/20:
      • Florida CIT return filing date is 8/03/20.
      • The due date for Florida CIT payments or to submit a request for extension of time to file remains 6/01/20.
    • For entities with a fiscal year ending 2/29/20:
      • Florida CIT return filing date is 8/03/20
      • The due date for Florida CIT payments or to submit a request for extension of time to file remains 7/01/20.
  • CIT estimated payment due dates remain unchanged.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: monitoring
  • Additional extension: See above and see additional state extension information.
  • State announcements: Order of Emergency Waiver/Deviation # 20-52-DOR-003
  • Additional information:

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Georgia: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Taxpayers who have scheduled payments for April 15th and are requesting that the payments be canceled due to the extended deadline should contact the Department directly at 1-877-423-6711. Taxpayers will be responsible for reissuing the payment either through the Georgia Tax Center, Credit Card or via check.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Georgia Department of Revenue

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Hawaii: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/20/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/20/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/20/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/22/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 20 due date may request additional time to file through October 20 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Credit card payments submitted through Hawaii Tax Online cannot be canceled since the transaction is processed immediately. An e-check payment can be canceled while it is still pending. Typically, e-check payments are processed at 6:30 pm on business days. To cancel an e-check payment:
    • Sign into Hawaii Tax Online.
    • On the Home Screen click the Accounts tab, if it is not selected already.
    • Under the Accounts section, click the link to the account you would like to cancel a pending payment submission on.
    • Click the Submissions tab, and under the Submitted section click the payment submission you’d like to cancel.
    • Under the Status section, click the Delete link to finalize your cancellation.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Hawaii Department of Taxation
    • For all affected taxpayers the due date for filing state income tax returns due from April 20, 2020 to June 20, 2020 and making state income tax payments due from April 20, 2020 to June 20, 2020 is postponed to July 20, 2020. Individual income taxpayers expecting a refund should file as soon as possible. They are granted an automatic extension to file by October 20, 2020.

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Idaho: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 6/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the June 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Taxpayers can’t change the payment date. However, the DOR can cancel the payment for you if you contact us no later than two days before the scheduled payment date. Please call the DOR at (208) 332-6632 to request this. To schedule a new payment, use the DOR’s free Quick Pay option.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Idaho State Tax Commission

Illinois: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: If you scheduled an electronic payment for 2019 income taxes to be paid on or before April 15, 2020, your payment will not automatically be rescheduled to July 15, 2020. If you do nothing, the payment will be made on the date you chose. If the payment has not been processed, you may be able to cancel or reschedule it. You must cancel or reschedule the payment before its scheduled date. Click here for information on how to cancel and reschedule your payment.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Illinois Department of Revenue
    • Estate tax returns due between March 16, 2020 and April 15, 2020 can receive a 30-day filing and payment extension. However, interest will accrue. Taxpayers can find more information, including common questions and answers, on the Illinois Department of Revenue website at illinois.gov.

Indiana: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: Individual tax returns and payments 7/15/20. Returns included are the IT-40, IT-40PNR, IT-40RNR, IT-40ES, ES-40 and SC-40.
  • New due date: Corporate tax returns and payments, due by April 15, May 15, or July 15 are now due on August 17, 2020. Corporate estimated payments due on April 20, May 20, or June 22, 2020, are now due on or before July 15, 2020. Returns included are the IT-20, IT-41, IT-65, IT-20S, FIT-20, URT-1, IT-6, FT-QP and URT-Q.
  • All other tax return filings and payment due dates remain unchanged.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20 and 8/17/20 based on new due date of return
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Taxpayers must use DORpay to change or cancel a previously scheduled tax payment. DOR Pay, pg. 24
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

Iowa: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/31/20, applicable to returns with an original due date on or after 3/19/20 but before 7/31/20. This extension applies to:
    • Individual Income Tax Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Composite Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Fiduciary Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Corporation Income Tax Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Franchise Tax Return for Financial Institutions and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Iowa Partnership Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Corporation Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Credit Union Moneys and Credits Tax Confidential Report
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/31/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/30/20. Underpayment relief granted if taxpayer pays at least 25% of the 2018 income tax liability by the due of the 1st quarterly installment.
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/30/20. Underpayment relief granted if taxpayer pays at least 50% of the 2018 income tax liability by the due of the 2nd quarterly installment.
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 31 due date may request additional time to file through October 31 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Payments may be canceled at least one business day before payment date, or before 3 p.m. CT on the day the payment was confirmed. To cancel a current or delinquent transaction on the same day it was initiated, the cancelation must be completed that same day by 3 p.m. CT. To cancel an ePayment: Go into the DOR’s eFile & Pay, enter your BEN, User ID, and password and log in. On the “Main Menu” screen, select Cancel a Payment.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

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Kansas: State Tax Extension Information

Kentucky: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individual, corporate, LLC, fiduciary, and pass-through filers
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Individual and fiduciary taxpayers should contact the Kentucky DOR at (502) 564-4581 to cancel/revoke a schedule direct debit payment no later than 2 business days prior to the payment debit date. Kentucky has never allowed warehousing of state payments for business income tax returns. Business payments will be processed when the return is processed or shortly thereafter.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

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Louisiana: State Tax Extension Information

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Maine: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20. This includes Form 1040ME (Maine Individual Income Tax Return), Form 1041ME (Maine Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts), Form 1120ME (Maine Corporate Income Tax Return), and Form 1120B-ME (Maine Franchise Tax Return).
  • Payment and filing deadlines for all other tax types, including Maine sales tax and income tax withholding, remain unchanged.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: monitoring
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

Maryland: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individual income tax returns
  • Business related tax returns and payments that were due in March, April, May, or June are now due 7/15/20.
  • Estate tax returns and payments of estate tax with due dates between 4/01/20 and 7/15/20 are now due 7/15/20.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: The Comptroller will only change the date of a scheduled payment if specifically instructed by the taxpayer to do so.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

Massachusetts: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20. The July 15, 2020 due date applies to personal income tax, estate and trust income tax, and income tax due with a partnership composite return with an April 15, 2020 due date.
  • All other tax filing due dates remain the same. Corporate excise tax filing and payment remains unchanged.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, interest only through 7/15/20. DOR may also waive penalties under certain circumstances if a taxpayer is late in paying their tax obligation and will work with impacted taxpayers to waive such penalties. See AP 633: Guidelines for the Waiver and Abatement of Penalties.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Return payments scheduled through tax preparation software or through MassTaxConnect without logging in may be canceled by calling the contact center at (617) 887-6367. If a payment was scheduled using your MassTaxConnect account, cancel the payment on your own through your account at least two days prior to the scheduled payment date. Any canceled payments must be paid by July 15, 2020. Electronic payment through MassTaxConnect is recommended, but payment can be made on paper with Form PV. Online banking transaction is not recommended as the information necessary to identify your payment and apply it properly will not be included.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Massachusetts Department of Revenue
    • Individuals with questions or concerns regarding taxes can contact the Massachusetts Department of Revenue at (617) 887-6367 or send a secure e-message through MassTaxConnect. Please do not communicate with DOR on paper until further notice. The small number of essential staff currently in the office may not have the chance to open correspondence for some time. If you are making payments, please consider making them electronically through MassTaxConnect, rather than on a paper check.

Michigan: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for returns originally due 4/15/20
  • New due date is 7/31/20 for corporate returns originally due 4/30/20
  • City returns and payments normally due on 4/15 are now due on 7/15/20. City returns and payments normally due on 4/30 are now due on 7/31/20.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Michigan is not able to change direct debit transaction information from an e-filed return. A taxpayer who e-filed prior to the extension announcement and opted to pay tax balances electronically on or around April 15, 2020 should contact their financial institution to place a stop payment on the scheduled debit. Fee waiving for an ACH stop payment is determined by each bank or credit union, not the State of Michigan.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Michigan Department of Treasury

Minnesota: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individual income tax returns
  • Corporate returns: While the Minnesota due date of April 15, 2020 has not changed, under current Minnesota law, corporations receive an automatic extension to file their state return to the later of November 15, 2020, or the date of any federal extension to file.
  • Partnership, Fiduciary, and S Corporation returns: While the Minnesota due date of April 15, 2020 has not changed, under current Minnesota law, partnerships, fiduciaries, and S-corporations receive an automatic extension to file their state return to the date of any federal extension to file.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: To reschedule a payment, you must contact the MN DOR to cancel the existing payment and then reschedule. For more information, see Make a Payment.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Minnesota Department of Revenue
    • For questions on the new income tax filing and payment deadline, please contact the DOR at:
      • Phone: 651-296-3781 or 1-800-652-9094 (toll-free)
      • Email: individual.incometax@state.mn.us

Mississippi: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individual income tax returns, corporate income and franchise tax returns, and fiduciary income tax returns.
  • The extension does not apply to Sales Tax, Use Tax, or any other tax types. These returns should be filed and paid on the normal due date.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Once a taxpayer makes a payment, they can generally withdraw it until 5 p.m. (CDT) on the day the payment was made. A taxpayer cannot change a payment but can withdraw it and then create a new payment as long as it is still pending. To determine if it is pending, go to TAP “Requests.” and view the list of requests waiting to be processed, as well as those that have already processed. The taxpayer may withdraw only pending payments.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Mississippi Department of Revenue

Missouri: State Tax Extension Information

Montana: State Tax Extension Information

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Nebraska: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: The Tax Commissioner may grant penalty or interest relief depending on individual circumstances. To request relief, please complete and mail a Request for Abatement of Penalty, Form 21, or Request for Abatement of Interest, Form 21A, with an explanation of how you were impacted.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Nebraska DOR will not reschedule previously scheduled payments. If you do nothing, the payment will be made on the date you chose. If you need to change the scheduled payment date or cancel your payment, follow the instructions below that corresponds to how you originally scheduled the payment:
    • E-pay (Using DOR’s website): Log into the e-pay account to change the scheduled payment date or to cancel the payment.
    • EFW (made with the return): At least two business days prior to the scheduled payment, contact the DOR by phone at 800-742-7474 (NE and IA) or 402-471-5729 to cancel the payment. The scheduled payment date cannot be changed. DOR will need the primary taxpayer’s full Social Security number for individual income tax payments, or a Nebraska ID number for business income tax payments, and the payment amount.
    • Credit Card: Contact Official Payments Corporation by phone at 800-2PAY-TAX, (800-272-9829) to change the scheduled payment date or to cancel the payment. DOR recommends that cancelled e-pay, EFW, and credit card payments be rescheduled using the DOR’s E-Pay system.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

Nevada: State Tax Extension Information

Nevada does not impose state income taxes

New Hampshire: State Tax Extension Information

New Jersey: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individual and corporate business tax
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: New Jersey’s extension to the tax filing season will not automatically modify scheduled payments. Any tax payments that were scheduled to be electronically debited on April 15,2020 were withdrawn as designated, unless the scheduled payment was cancelled or changed on our website or through a third-party software provider. Due to national financial institution rules and standards (NACHA), the Division of Taxation cannot alter payment schedules initiated by taxpayers and we are unable to refund payments that were scheduled and authorized for withdrawal
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

New Mexico: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – Personal, fiduciary, and corporate income tax returns, return payments, and estimated payments with a filing or payment due date of April 15th are postponed to July 15th, 2020.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Personal, fiduciary, and corporate income tax and estimated payments due between April 16th and July 14th, 2020 may be submitted without penalty no later than July 15th, 2020. However, interest will be due on payments made after their original due date because TRD and the Secretary have no authority under Section 7-1-13 NMSA 1978 to waive interest otherwise due.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Within the TAPS system taxpayers can pay by credit card or e-check. Credit card payments cannot be canceled since the transaction processed immediately.  E-check payments can be canceled while they are still pending within the TAPS system.  Taxpayers should go to https://tap.state.nm.us/TAP/_/ . Once the existing payment is cancelled, taxpayers should schedule a new payment in keeping with the extended deadline.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department
    • Taxpayers who are able and would like to pay and file New Mexico returns can file and pay free of charge through TRD’s Taxpayer Access Point (TAP). Taxpayers who have filed a return and are due a refund, the Department is processing those returns and refunds. You can check your refund status through TAP. TAP is available here: https://tap.state.nm.us/Tap/_/

New York: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individuals, fiduciaries (estate and trusts), and corporations
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20 (see N-20-8)
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20 (see N-20-8)
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Direct debit payments that have already been scheduled will not be automatically rescheduled.  Taxpayers must submit a request to cancel their scheduled payment at least two days before the scheduled settlement date. Use view and cancel schedule payments in the Online services account to cancel the payment. Taxpayers can also call 518-485-7884 to speak to a personal representative but are encouraged to use the online system.  For further instructions on canceling and scheduling direct debit payments, see DTF’s COVID-19 Response page linked below.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: New York State Department of Taxation and Finance

New York City/Yonkers/MCTMT: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance administers and collects NYC, Yonkers, and Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Mobility (MCTMT) taxes on NYS Forms IT-201 and IT-203. NYS has extended its personal income tax filing and payment deadlines and therefore NYC, Yonkers, and MCTMT tax will follow NYS’s extension for individual income taxpayers.
  • New York City issued FM 20-2 allowing business and excise taxes due between March 16, 2020, and April 25, 2020 to request a waiver of penalties for those taxes. Taxpayers may request to have the penalties waived on a late-filed extension or return, or in a separate request.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: New York City Department of Finance

North Carolina: State Tax Extension Information

North Dakota: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20. The waiver of penalty and interest through July 15 applies to all income taxes, which includes individuals (Form ND-1), corporations (Form 40), S-corporations (Form 60), partnerships (Form 58), and Fiduciaries (Form 38). It does not apply to employer’s quarterly wage withholding tax that is due April 30, 2020. It also does not apply to sales tax or any other tax.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: The Department cannot change the amount or the date of previously scheduled payments, but they can cancel the payment. To cancel a payment, contact their office. If a taxpayer cancels the payment, the taxpayer must make the payment by July 15. Electronic payments can be made on our payment site at nd.gov/tax – select Make a Payment on the menu. If mailing a paper check, it must be accompanied by a voucher, which can completed and printed through our payment site at www.nd.gov/tax – select Make a Payment on the menu, and scroll down to Print Payment Voucher.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner
    • The Department encourages taxpayers to e-file returns and continues to assist taxpayers by phone and email to resolve any questions as part of their efforts to help limit the spread of COVID-19. If you have questions, please contact the Office of State Tax Commissioner. Because of staffing during the COVID-19 period, we encourage contact us by email at individualtax@nd.gov, or call us at 701-328-1247.

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Ohio: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • The filing extension and waiver of penalty and interest applies to Ohio individual income tax, the school district income tax, the pass-through entity tax, fiduciary tax, and to those taxpayers that have opted in to have the commissioner administer the municipal net profit tax through the state’s centralized filing system. All other tax return filings and payment due dates remain unchanged
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Ohio provides a self-service option for taxpayers to cancel a postdated income tax payment and reschedule with a different date as needed. Via Online Services on tax.ohio.gov, taxpayers can register or log in to their existing account and cancel their future dated estimated, extension or tax due payments.  If the payment is in a “Pending” status in Online Services, it can be cancelled.
    • To cancel a payment in “Pending” status, follow the steps below:
  1. Log into Online Services with your User ID and Password. If you do not have a UserID or Password, you may register to create an Online Services account.
  2. Under “Online Services” on the left side of the page, click View / Make Payments.
  3. Select the number of months from the dropdown, then click the Go
  4. Under “View Payments”, click the Cancel button to the right of the payment they wish to cancel.
    • If you need guidance registering for an Online Services account and/or canceling a payment, call 1-800-282-1780 or email (available on tax.ohio.gov – from the drop-down menu for “Contact Us”).

Oklahoma: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – applicable to income tax due from Tax Year 2019 and the first quarter payment for Tax Year 2020, both of which would normally be due on April 15, 2020.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: The Oklahoma Tax Commission realizes many taxpayers may have already scheduled their 2019 income tax payment to be withdrawn on a future date. Due to concerns related to the COVID-19 health crisis, taxpayers may now need to cancel and reschedule these payments to be withdrawn later. Click here to fill out a form that will allow you to cancel the payment you previously scheduled. Please follow the directions on the form to submit and do not mail the form to the Oklahoma Tax Commission – you will need to submit it by email to banking@tax.ok.gov
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information: Oklahoma Tax Commission

Oregon: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for personal income tax and corporate/excise tax
  • Returns due after May 15, 2020 are not extended
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 4/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Any changes to payments set up previously through Revenue Online or an e-file software program must be made through Revenue Online, which can be found on the Oregon Department of Revenue’s homepage at www.oregon.gov/dor. If a scheduled payment was to be made through the taxpayer’s bank, the taxpayer will need to call their bank to reschedule. Changes must be made at least five business days before the payment is scheduled to be made. Taxpayers can go to the department’s website FAQ and filter on Revenue Online to read how to cancel and set up a new payment.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

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Pennsylvania: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for personal income tax returns, S Corporations, partnerships, and estates/trusts
  • New Due date: 8/14/20 for corporate income tax returns
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Local tax returns and payments are also due 7/15/20. The Department of Revenue does not administer local taxes, so additional questions should be directed to the taxpayer’s local taxing office. Visit the Department of Community and Economic Development’s web page on Local Income Tax Collectors by Tax Collection District
  • Pennsylvania is instructing is County Register of Wills to accept inheritance tax filing documents (not Pennsylvania Fiduciary Income Tax Return, Form PA-41) as if the documents were received on March 12 due to the closing of PA office buildings.
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment:
    • The taxpayer will only be able to cancel their annual or estimated personal income tax payment by contacting the Department of Revenue at least two business days prior to the payment date.
    • To request an ACH payment cancellation, a request must be submitted by email to ra-achrevok@pa.gov, or faxed to 717-772-9310. The request must include the taxpayer’s name, Social Security number, payment date, and payment amount to be cancelled.
    • The department does not have the authority to cancel payment dates without consent from the taxpayer. Additionally, the department does not have the ability to reschedule the taxpayer’s payment. The taxpayer will need to reschedule the payment for another date once the cancellation is processed.
    • For taxpayers who scheduled their electronic payments for April 15, 2020, the department is requesting that taxpayers cancel their payments by close of business on Friday, April 10 to ensure there is enough time to process cancellation requests.
    • For other questions, taxpayers are encouraged to contact the department through its Online Customer Service Center. This is a secure system that allows taxpayers to correspond directly with a department representative.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Although the filing deadline has been extended, the Department of Revenue is encouraging taxpayers who are able to file their returns electronically to do so. This will enable the department to continue to process returns as commonwealth offices are closed. Additionally, if you are expecting a refund from the commonwealth, filing electronically will help avoid a delay in the release of your refund.
    • Pennsylvania Department of Revenue

Puerto Rico: State Tax Extension Information

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Rhode Island: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – applies to all tax returns and payments originally due April 15, 2020. See RI’s chart for complete list of filing dates.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: monitoring
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Rhode Island Division of Taxation
    • The Rhode Island Division of Taxation encourages tax preparers and taxpayers who are in a position to do so to file and pay soon – before the new July 15 deadline – to do their part in helping to ensure that the State of Rhode Island continues to have the financial resources it needs to fund critical services to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

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South Carolina: State Tax Extension Information

  • New due date: 7/15/20 – The Department is extending tax relief for South Carolina 2019 income tax returns – individual, C corporation, trust returns and payments – originally due between April 1, 2020 and July 15, 2020.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Payments that were scheduled before the due date changed will not automatically be rescheduled. If your payment was already submitted, mailed, or processed, it cannot be changed, returned, or refunded. If your scheduled state tax payment has not been processed, follow the steps below depending on which situation applies to you:
  • If you scheduled a payment on MyDORWAY, you can cancel your existing payment and schedule a new payment for a later date. Visit dor.sc.gov and log into your account or click Make a Payment to retrieve your previously scheduled payment.
  • If you scheduled a payment through a third party vendor or service, email TaxRelief@dor.sc.gov at least three days before the scheduled payment date. The SCDOR will work to accommodate your request.
  • Other state returns and payments due April 1 – June 1 will now be due June 1, 2020. Penalty and interest will not be charged if payment is made by June 1. This includes Sales and Use Tax, Admissions Tax, Withholding Tax, and other taxes that are filed with and/or paid to the SCDOR.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • South Carolina Department of Revenue
    • For questions about extended due dates email taxrelief@dor.sc.gov.
    • Taxpayers with general tax relief questions should contact the Department at 1-844-898-8542 (toll free) or see updated South Carolina tax relief information posted on a special Coronavirus (COVID-19) page at dor.sc.gov/emergencies

South Dakota: State Tax Extension Information

South Dakota does not impose state income taxes

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Tennessee: State Tax Extension Information

Hall Income Tax

The due date for filing and paying the Hall income tax is extended from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020. For more information, read important notice #20-06

Franchise & Excise Tax Returns

The due date for filing and paying franchise and excise tax from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.  For more information, read important notice #20-05.

Business Tax Returns

The filing and payment due date for Business Tax returns originally due April 15, 2020 is extended to June 15, 2020. The Business Tax is a tax on gross receipts and applies to most businesses that sell goods or services.  More information regarding this extension can be found in important notice #20-07

Texas: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts is automatically extending the due date for 2020 Texas franchise tax reports to July 15, 2020. The due date extension applies to all franchise taxpayers. The extension is automatic, and franchise taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: monitoring
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

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Utah: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for individuals and business entities including corporations and pass through entities
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: If you scheduled your income tax payment for April 15 on TAP, you can email tapsupport@utah.gov to reschedule.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Utah State Tax Commission
    • For online services such as making a payment or filing a return, go to utah.gov. For other questions, contact the tax commission at 801-297-2200 or 800-662-4335 for assistance.

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Vermont: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – the Vermont income tax filing due dates for the following taxes have been extended to July 15:
    • Personal income tax
    • Homestead Declaration and Property Tax Credit Claims
    • Corporate income tax
    • Fiduciary income tax
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: The Department can cancel any scheduled payment upon written request. Email tax.individualincome@vermont.gov with your request. In your email, be sure to specify the date of the scheduled payment you wish to cancel. To submit a payment for a different date, please visit myvtax.vermont.gov.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • Vermont Department of Tax
    • Although the due date for filing has moved from April 15 to July 15, taxpayers who are able to file now are encouraged to do so, especially those who are expecting a refund. The Department remains able to process to returns and refunds in order to get money back into taxpayers’ hands as soon as possible.

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Virginia: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 6/1/20 – Any income tax payments due during the period from April 1, 2020 to June 1, 2020 can now be submitted to the Department of Taxation at any time on or before June 1, 2020 without penalty.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 6/1/20.
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 6/1/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 6/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the June 1 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 (November 15 for certain corporations) following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment:
    • If payment is scheduled within the next 48 hours, call Virginia Tax Customer Service at 804-367-8031 for Individual and 804-367-8037 for Business.
    • If payment is scheduled to occur in more than 48 hours, submit a secured message through the Virginia Tax website, http://www.tax.virginia.gov.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

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Washington: State Tax Extension Information

Washington does not impose state income taxes

West Virginia: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 – The deadline to file 2019 annual income tax returns for individuals, trusts or estates, and corporations has been extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: monitoring
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:
    • West Virginia State Tax Department
    • West Virginia taxpayer service representatives are available to provide assistance by telephone and email. For Tax Information and Assistance, please call (304) 558-3333 or (800) 982-8297, or send an email message to TaxHelp@WV.Gov.

Wisconsin: State Tax Extension Information

  • New filing and payment due date: 7/15/20 for income and franchise tax returns originally due on 4/15 are extended to July 15 without penalties or interest. Returns due on or after April 1, 2020, and before July 15, 2020 are extended to July 15, 2020. Penalties and interest will not accrue until July 16, 2020.
  • The deadline to file a 2015 homestead credit claim is April 15, 2020 and the deadline to file a 2019 homestead credit claim is April 15, 2024.
  • Waives penalty and interest on tax due: Yes, through 7/15/20
  • 1st Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • 2nd Q estimated payment due date: 7/15/20
  • Additional extension: Taxpayers needing an additional extension of time to file past the July 15 due date may request additional time to file through October 15 following normal extension procedures. See additional state extension information.
  • How to cancel previously scheduled tax payment: Taxpayers may call the department at 608-266-2772 to cancel your scheduled payment. The department cannot reschedule payments, but you can do so online at https://tap.revenue.wi.gov/pay/.
  • State announcements:
  • Additional information:

Wyoming: State Tax Extension Information

Wyoming does not impose state income taxes

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