In response to the Federal Government’s deadline extensions for federal income tax filings and payments, many states are now extending deadlines for state taxes and payments. Though states are in flux right now and are extending deadlines across the country, below we list out the extensions that have come down in the last few days.
State Tax Filing Deadline Extended to 5/17
The states below have extended their state tax filing, payment and interest deadlines to May 17:
- Washington D.C.
- North Dakota
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas state tax filing, payment and interest deadlines have been extended to June 15 due to winter storms, and Maryland deadlines have been pushed to July 15. Alabama and North Carolina have extended but have not deferred interest. There are some uncertainties as to estimated payments, returns covered, etc. Other states may decide to extend at a later date.
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