Is the tax deadline delayed? What to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and your taxes

Coronavirus Tax Updates

Federal Tax Updates (Last Update: 3/26/20)

In response to coronavirus, the Treasury, IRS and federal government have announced several changes to the tax filing season and coronavirus relief and stimulus packages. Here is everything you need to know.

The federal tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020. Taxpayers getting a refund are encouraged to file their taxes now to get their money.

Last tax season close to 72% of taxpayers received a tax refund close to $3,000, which for many taxpayers is their largest paycheck of the year. During times like this, that is much needed money for many households. The IRS expects to continue to process refunds as normal. The IRS typically issues nine out of 10 tax refunds within 21 days or less from acceptance with e-file and direct deposit – the fastest way to get your refund.

  • Do I need to file an extension to file past April 15? No, you do not need to take any action. The July 15 extension applies to all taxpayers automatically.
  • Will the extension of the tax deadline delay my tax refund? No, the IRS expects to continue to process refunds as normal but encourages all taxpayers to file now.
  • Do I have more time to contribute to my IRA? Yes, you now have until July 15, to make payments to your IRA for 2019.
  • Will the deadline for my state taxes also be extended? A majority of states are conforming to the new July 15 tax deadline. However, some states have different deadlines and guidance. To find out the deadline in your state, click here.

The Coronavirus Stimulus Package

Yesterday, the Senate passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), a $2 Trillion coronavirus stimulus bill. The stimulus package, which will now go to the House for passage, currently includes a recovery rebate for lower-income individuals in the form of a refundable tax credit. If passed, the credit could mean up to $1,200 for individuals and $2,400 for joint taxpayers, plus $500 for qualifying children. Check back here for the latest news and information on the coronavirus stimulus package.

Relief for Individuals and Businesses with Taxes Payments

The extension of the federal tax filing deadline also applies to tax payments. Taxpayers that owe money can defer federal tax payments, interest free and penalty free until July 15. Individuals and self-employed taxpayers can defer up to $1 million for tax year 2019 federal tax payments. This deferment also applies to tax year 2020 estimated tax payments previously due on April 15, 2020. Corporations can defer up to $10 million in federal payments.

Deferment of federal tax payments means that if you owe money on your federal taxes, you will get more time to pay what you owe.

  • How do I know if I qualify for the extended payment deadline? And do I need to file an extension to get it? According to the Secretary of Treasury, anyone with a Federal Tax Payment related to their 2019 taxes and their tax year 2020 estimated tax payments due 4/15/20 can defer their tax payment, free of penalties and interest for 90 days for purposes of the relief.
  • What do I do if I already filed my taxes and scheduled my payment for April 15? If you have already filed and scheduled your payment for April 15, you will need to cancel your payment and reschedule it. If you filed with TurboTax, you will need to contact the U.S. Treasury Financial Agent at 888-353-4537 to make that change. Changes to payments need to be made no later than 11:59 p.m. ET two business days prior to the scheduled payment date.
  • Does this extension apply to 2020 quarterly estimated tax payments? First quarter 2020 estimated income tax payments are postponed from April 15 to July 15, 2020. However, second quarter 2020 estimated income tax payments are still due on June 15, 2020.
  • What if I need more time past the July 15 deadline to pay? If you need additional time, beyond July 15, you will need to file an extension. An extension will give you until October 15, 2020 to file your taxes, but you will still need to pay any taxes owed by July 15. Payments after July 15 will be subject to penalties and interest.

Federal Tax Update regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

On Wednesday, March 18, President Trump signed into law legislation to provide additional relief for taxpayers impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The COVID-19 legislation, called the Families First Coronavirus ResponseAct or H.R. 6201, includes relief for individuals, self-employed and businesses. Get the latest information on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and what it means to you here.

We’ve Got You Covered

Taxpayers can be confident that TurboTax is ready to help them file now up until the extended July 15 deadline. If you have any questions along the way, our team of credentialed TurboTax Live CPAs and EAs are available on demand to help you out.

Continue to check back here for the most up to date tax information and changes in response to Coronavirus.

State Tax Updates (Last Update: 3/24/20)

Get the latest on tax deadlines and guidance for your state below.


  • Announced that state income tax filing due date is extended to July 15, 2020.Taxpayers can also defer state income tax payments due on April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. This deferment applies to all taxpayers, including individuals, trusts and estates, corporations and other non-corporate tax filers. The Commissioner of Revenue’s executive order implementing the Governor’s emergency proclamation can be found here.
  • Other taxes included in the deadline extension are corporate income tax, the Financial Institution Excise Tax (FIET), and the Business Privilege Tax (BPT).
  • Taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms to qualify for this automatic state tax filing and payment relief. Individual taxpayers who need additional time to file beyond the July 15 deadline can request a filing extension through usual methods.
  • By separate order, the Commissioner extended the due date for pass-through entities to file composite returns and make composite payments on behalf of their non-resident members.
  • Other assistance may be available on a case-by-case basis to individuals and businesses that cannot file their tax returns on time due to the COVID-19 outbreak by contacting the Department
  • The Department is encouraging all taxpayers to conduct their business with us through our online services. Use My Alabama Taxes (MAT) to file and pay taxes; or call 334-242-1170 to receive additional assistance.


  • The Arizona Department of Revenue announced that it has moved the deadline for filing and paying state income taxes to July 15th. The new deadline means taxpayers filing state returns or submitting paying after the previous April 25th deadline will not be assessed late filing or late payment penalties.
  • Taxpayers who need more time beyond July 1t to file state income tax should consider filing for an extension by submitting Arizona form 204 by July 15. Taxpayers do not need to submit Arizona Form 204 if they already received a federal extension form the IRS.

California Update 3/19

The FTB is postponing until July 15 the filing and payment deadlines for all individuals and business entities for:

  • 2019 tax returns
  • 2019 tax return payments
  • 2020 1st and 2nd quarter estimate payments
  • 2020 LLC taxes and fees
  • 2020 Non-wage withholding payments
  • For more details regarding FTB COVID-19 tax relief, please go to and search COVID-19.


  • Extended the income tax payment deadline for all Colorado taxpayers until July 15, 2020, without penalty or interest. This is similar to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) extension, but applies to any income tax payment, regardless of the amount. Unlike the federal government, the state is not imposing any caps on the amount of tax that can be deferred.
  • The state will grant an extension for taxpayers who are required to make estimated income tax payments for the 2020 tax year. The Governor is also directing the Department of Revenue (DOR) to coordinate with local governments that choose to extend tax payment deadlines for property, sales and use taxes. To read the executive order, click here.


  • Announced an extension for certain business taxes by at least 30 days. In addition, the payments associated with these returns are also extended to the corresponding due date in June.
  • These are the impacted returns and the associated filing dates and payment deadlines:
    • 2019 Form CT-1065/CT-1120 SI Connecticut Pass-Though Entity Tax Return: Filing date extended to April 15, 2020; payment deadline extended to June 15, 2020
    • 2019 Form CT-990T Connecticut Unrelated Business Income Tax Return: Filing date extended to June 15, 2020; payment deadline extended to June 15, 2020
    • 2019 Form CT-1120 and CT-1120CU Connecticut Corporation Business Return: Filing date extended to June 15, 2020; payment deadline extended to June 15, 2020

District of Columbia

  • Announced that the deadline for taxpayers to file and pay their 2019 District of Columbia individual and fiduciary income tax returns (D-40, D-41, and D-40B), partnership tax returns (D-65), and franchise tax returns (D-20, D-30) is extended to July 15, 2020.
  • The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) encourages taxpayers who are able to file their returns electronically to do so.


  • Extended certain state filing and payment deadlines to align with the IRS to support Hoosiers during COVID-19.Individual tax returns and payments, along with estimated payments originally due by April 15, 2020 are now due on or before July 15, 2020.
  • Returns included are the IT-40, IT-40PNR, IT-40RNR, IT-40ES, ES-40 and SC-40.
  • Corporate tax returns and payments, along with estimated payments originally due by April 15 or April 20 are now due on or before July 15, 2020. Those originally due on May 15, 2020, are now due on August 17, 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.

If you need additional time to file, you can request an extension. Instructions for those extensions can be found on DOR’s website. If an individual requests a federal extension, Indiana automatically extends the state deadline and there is no need to file anything additional.

Customers have the following service options:

  • Call DOR’s individual customer service line at 317-232-2240.
  • Call DOR’s Motor Carrier Services at 317-615-7200.
  • Contact a specific DOR business unit using a list of phone numbers and email addresses available at
  • Email DOR using the online form at


Extended the filing and payment deadline for several state tax types, including income tax prompted by COVID19 to provide flexibility.

  • The order extends filing and payment deadlines for income, franchise, and moneys and credits taxes with a due date on or after March 19, 2020, and before July 31, 2020, to a new deadline of July 31, 2020.
  • No late-filing or underpayment penalties shall be due for qualifying taxpayers who comply with the extended filing and payment deadlines in this order. Interest on unpaid taxes covered by this order shall be due beginning on August 1, 2020.
  • Specifically, the order includes:
    • IA 1040 Individual Income Tax Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1040C Composite Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1041 Fiduciary Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1120 Corporation Income Tax Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1120F Franchise Tax Return for Financial Institutions and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1065 Iowa Partnership Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • IA 1120S S Corporation Return and all supporting forms and schedules
    • Credit Union Moneys and Credits Tax Confidential Report
  • State income tax refunds currently are being processed at about the 30-day mark. Taxpayers can check the status of their refunds at the Department’s website where’s my refund page.
  • Taxpayers and tax professionals who need assistance can contact the Department by email at or call the taxpayer services phone line at 515-281-3114 or 1-800-367-3388.


  • The Department of Revenue will adopt most of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) income tax relief described in recent Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Notice 2020-18. This includes:
  • Extending the 2019 Kentucky income tax return filing due date from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.
  • Late payment penalties will be waived for income tax payments deferred from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020. However, interest still applies to the deferred income tax payments because Kentucky law prohibits the waiver of interest.
  • Additional guidance on COVID-19 Kentucky income tax relief will soon be available on DOR’s website.


  • Offering guidance for filing and payment extension relief for income and franchise tax returns and payments due on April 15 and May 15, 2020.
  • See the chart for new due dates for the 2019 income and franchise tax returns:
  • The due date for these returns and any payments due with the returns is extended to July 15, 2020.
  • This is an automatic extension and no extension request is necessary

Maryland Update 3/24 (NEW)

  • Taxpayers who take advantage of the federal extension to file their return, now July 15 which is separate from the relief granted to pay their taxes, will continue to be automatically granted an extension on their Maryland tax filings
  • No additional extension forms are required. Fiscal year filers with tax years ending January 1, 2020, through March 31, 2020, are also eligible for the July 15, 2020 extension
  • Extended business-related tax filing deadlinesuntil June 1st due to COVID-19 to provide relief to small businesses who may be impacted.
  • The extension applies to certain business returns with due dates during the months of March, April and May 2020 for businesses filing sales and use tax, withholding tax, admissions and amusement tax, alcohol, tobacco, and motor fuel excise taxes, tire recycling fee and bay restoration fee returns. Business taxpayers who file and pay by the extended due date will receive a waiver of interest and penalties.


  • The Department of Revenue extended tax relief to individual and business taxpayers due to COVID‐19.
  • The deadline to file and pay the 2019 individual income tax and corporate income tax is extended until May 15, 2020.
  • The first quarter 2020 estimated tax payment is also extended until May 15, 2020. Penalty and interest will not accrue on the extension period through May 15, 2020.
  • Withholding tax payments for the month of April are extended until May 15, 2020.
  • 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.
  • 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.


  • The Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) will provide special filing and payment relief to individuals and corporations:
  • The deadline to file income tax returns has been extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020.
  • Income tax payment deadlines for individual and corporate income returns with a due date of April 15, 2020, are extended until July 15, 2020.
  • This payment relief applies to all individual income tax returns, income tax returns filed by C Corporations, and income tax returns filed by trusts or estates. The DOR will automatically provide this relief, so filers do not need to take any additional steps to qualify.


  • Extended the payment and filing deadlines for 2019 individual income taxpayers to July 15 in accordance with the new federal tax filing deadline.
  • Extending the state filing deadline is in line with an announcement from the IRS to extend its deadlines for federal income tax filing and payments to July 15.
  • The Montana Department of Revenue will be lenient in waiving penalties and interest associated with late tax payments and the department will work with taxpayers on an individual basis.

New Mexico

  • The Taxation and Revenue Department announced that New Mexicans will have an extra 90 days to file and pay their 2019 personal income taxes in recognition of the economic hardships many are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Taxpayers will have until July 15 to file and pay any taxes due.
  • The deadline for 2019 corporate income taxes will be extended until July 15.
  • The state is extending deadlines for employers to remit withholding taxes. Taken together, these as payment is received by July 15, 2020. Under New Mexico law, however, interest will accrue on any unpaid balances from April 15 forward.
  • Withholding tax is withheld from employee wages and remitted to the state each month. Under the new action, withholding taxes normally due on the 25th of March, April, May and June will now be due on July 25.
  • The state will waive penalties for withholding taxes not remitted during the grace period. However, under state law, interest will accrue from the original due date.
  • Anyone who has filed a return and is due a refund can check the status of that refund through the Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) at
  • Taxpayers are encouraged to file electronically or through the TAP system, if possible, to expedite their returns. Paper returns are still being accepted but will take longer to process.

New York

  • The Department of Taxation and Finance announced the state’s income tax filing deadline is being moved to July 15 to comply with the federal government’s decision to push back the filing date due to the coronavirus outbreak.
  • The new deadlines would be applicable to individuals and businesses. The new deadline would be for filing tax returns and paying taxes owed. No interest or penalties would be charged for either state or federal filers.
  • If you are a quarterly or annual sales tax vendor, and were unable to file or pay your March 20, 2020, sales tax return due to COVID-19, you may be eligible to apply to have penalty and interest waived. To determine whether you are eligible, see N-20-1, Announcement Regarding the Abatement of Penalties and Interest for Sales and Use Tax due to the Novel Coronavirus, COVID-19.

New York City

  • Allowing for a waiver of penalties for DOF-administered business and excise taxes due between March 16, 2020, and April 25, 2020. Taxpayers may request to have the penalties waived on a late-filed extension or return, or in a separate request. If you file an extension or return or make a tax payment in accordance with these rules, you will not be subject to any late filing, late payment, or underpayment penalties. For purposes of the above filings, while late filing and late payment penalties are waived, interest, where applicable, at the appropriate underpayment rate, must be paid on all tax payments received after the original due date calculated from the original due date to the date of payment.
  • All paper filings under this announcement should be marked “COVID-19” on the top center of the first page. The same relief will be provided to adversely affected electronic filers.
  • You may request a penalty abatement by writing to: NYC Department of Finance P.O. Box 5564 Binghamton, NY 13902-5564 You may also use the online portal at, or send an email to Please include the letter identification on your notice, or your EIN. 20-2 March 19, 2020 NYC DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE FINANCE MEMORANDUM Business Tax Filing Extensions and the COVID-19 Outbreak.

North Carolina

  • Announced that they are waiving penalties taking into consideration COVID-19. The waiver applies to the failure to timely obtain a license, file a return, or pay a tax that is due between March 15, 2020, and March 31, 2020, if the license is obtained, the return or extension application is filed, or the tax is paid by April 15, 2020.
  • Affected Taxpayers who cannot meet their filing or payment requirement as a result of COVID-19 should complete Form NC-5500, Request to Waive Penalties. Affected Taxpayers should write “COVID-19” on the top of the NC-5500. The form list is available on
  • Taxpayers that do not have access to the NC-5500 can attach a letter requesting a penalty waiver. The letter should contain the taxpayer’s name, address, SSN or FEIN, Account ID, and the tax type and tax period for which the taxpayer seeks waiver of penalty. The NC-5500 or letter should be mailed to the North Carolina Department of Revenue, Customer Service, P.O. Box 1168, Raleigh, NC 27602.

North Dakota

  • The North Dakota Office of State Commissioner announced Individuals or businesses who are unable to file an income tax return or pay the tax by the April 15th deadline, can file and make payment through July 15, 2020, without penalty and interest.
  • Guidance for North Dakota Taxpayers During COVID-19 Precautions can be found at
  • As a North Dakota taxpayer, you have the ability to request additional time if you believe you will be unable to file a return or pay any other taxes in a timely manner because of a COVID-19 related situation, please contact the Office of State Tax Commissioner.
  • Taxpayers may also e-file by purchasing tax preparation software, by working with a tax professional, or by using the Office of State Tax Commissioner’s stand-alone free ND Fillable Forms option (for ND return only).
  • North Dakota tax booklets, forms and payment vouchers may be found on the Office of State Tax Commissioner’s website at


  • The Ohio Department of Taxation announced that filing deadlines for the state remains April 15th.
  • Return and Payment deadlines are listed here.


  • The Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) announced that Oklahomans now have until July 15, 2020 to file and pay their 2019 state income tax return.
  • This is 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.
  • Check the status of your return, complete identity verification processes, make payments and much more from the comfort of your home through OkTAP.


  • The Department of Revenue announced the deadline for taxpayers to file their 2019 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns is extended to July 15, 2020.
  • Taxpayers can electronically file their Pennsylvania tax returns for free through Padirectfile, a secure, state-only electronic income tax filing system that is available through the Department of Revenue’s website. For more information or to begin filing, visit Padirectfile.
  • All taxpayers who received more than $33 in total gross taxable income in calendar year 2019 must file a Pennsylvania personal income tax return (PA-40) by midnight on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.
  • The deadline for taxpayers who make quarterly estimated personal income tax payments is also extended to July 15, 2020. That means estimated payments for the first and second quarters of 2020 will be due by July 15, 2020.
  • Any individual who expects to receive more than $8,000 of Pennsylvania-taxable income not subject to withholding by a Pennsylvania employer must estimate and pay personal income tax quarterly. Estimated tax due dates for individuals are typically April 15, June 15, Sept. 15 and Jan. 15, or the first following business day if any deadline falls on a weekend or holiday.
  • If additional time to file is needed, taxpayers have the option to file a request for an extension to file their Pennsylvania personal income tax return. The extension is available for up to six months. An extension of time to file does not extend the deadline to make a payment if you owe taxes to the commonwealth.
  • Because commonwealth offices are currently closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, there will be additional time in certain cases for taxpayers who wish to appeal a tax assessment issued by the Department of Revenue or file a petition for a tax refund with the Board of Appeals. If the appeal deadline fell on a date prior to the closure of commonwealth offices (March 16, 2020), the original appeal deadline is still applicable.

Rhode Island

  • Announced the April 15, 2020, deadline for certain tax filings and tax payments, the Division of Taxation mirrors the federal extensions to July 15 for individual filers.
  • Sales Tax:
    • The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation has information about low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Rhode Island small businesses that are suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the coronavirus. For details, including links to applications, hotlines, and other resources.
    • The Division is reminding businesses and other taxpayers that under Regulation 280-RICR-20-00-4, they have the express right to request that penalties be abated where there was no negligence or intentional disregard of the law.

South Carolina

  • Is offering an extension for state tax returns and payments. 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 1st.
  • This includes South Carolina Individual Income Taxes, Corporate Income Taxes, Sales and Use Tax, Admissions Tax, Withholding Tax, and other taxes administered by the SCDOR. They are automatically applying this tax relief for all applicable returns and payments; you do not need to take any additional action.


  • The Utah State Tax Commission intends to follow the federal government’s tax filing and payment actions and is planning to extend the tax deadline for individuals to July 15th with no penalties or interest.
  • For the most efficient tax assistance, use Taxpayer Access Point (TAP).
  • The Tax Commission is currently holding all appeal events as scheduled via telephone conference only rather than an in-person hearing, please call 801-297-2282.


  • The Vermont Department of Taxes moved the deadline for filing Vermont income tax from April 15 to July 15.
  • The Department will provide relief to businesses owing Meals and Rooms Tax and Sales and Use Tax by foregoing any penalty or interest for those who are not able to meet the March 25 or April 25 deadlines.
  • Businesses that are unable to meet the March 25 and April 25 filing deadlines will not be charged any penalty or interest for late submissions.
  • Businesses who can meet the deadlines for filing and payment should continue to do so.
  • This is not an abatement of the tax collected. The Commissioner of Taxes does not have the authority to provide an abatement of these taxes once they have been collected. This is also not a cancellation of these taxes moving forward. Businesses must continue to collect Meals and Rooms and Sales and Use Taxes as they normally would.

Washington Update 3/24

  • The Department of Revenue announced it will work with businesses that cannot file or pay their taxes on time due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Affected businesses that owe Washington taxes may qualify for the following assistance:
  • These actions are in effect during the state of emergency (February 29, 2020, through the end of the state of emergency, yet to be determined).
  • All businesses should still file their returns if they are able to do so. Upon request, the Department will provide extensions for paying tax returns.
  • This only applies to returns that are due and not already paid during the state of emergency (Feb. 29, 2020, through the end of the state of emergency.
    • 60 days for monthly returns (this applies to the February 2020 and March 2020 returns at this time)
    • 30 days for the Q1/2020 return
    • 30 days for the Annual 2019 return
    • Upon request, Revenue will work with taxpayers that are impacted by COVID-19 to adjust payment plan amounts or extend payment dates 30 to 60 days.
    • If payment is extended, additional penalties accrued will be waived.
  • The Department will delay scheduling audits of businesses that have gross income of less than $5 million in the past year, or are a certain type of business until mid-May.
    • For audits in progress, Revenue will work with you to either issue the audit or provide an extension of up to 60 days.
  • The Department currently has the authority to waive interest through April 17, 2020. Please check back to see if this date gets extended.
  • Businesses with a temporary registration that have had their event cancelled should notify the Department by replying to the original email they received when obtaining their temporary certificate. If you no longer have the original email, you may send a message to to cancel your temporary registration.
    • The Department will waive the BLS delinquency fee for late renewals through April 17, 2020. Please check back to see if this date gets extended. Please note that penalties and interest accrued prior to February 29, 2020, will not be waived. There will be no refunds for penalties and interest paid during the state of emergency.
  • The Department will waive penalties for late non-profit applications and renewals for exempt property through April 17, 2020. Please check back to see if this date gets extended.


  • Wisconsin income tax payment and return due dates are extended to July 15 and will automatically extend time and waive interest and penalties for taxpayers due to COVID-19.
  • Tax filers do not have to file any extension forms to be eligible for this new due date and there is no limit on the amount of payment to be postponed, and no income exclusions.
  • This applies to individuals, trusts, estates, partnerships, associations, companies or corporations.
  • This relief is solely for income tax payments, estimated income tax payments and returns due April 15, 2020.
  • There will be no interest or penalty for the period of April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.
  • Interest, penalties, and underpayment interest for failure to make quarterly estimated tax payments with respect to such postponed federal income tax filings and payments will begin to accrue on July 16, 2020.
  • The Wisconsin Department of Revenue services can be found online at Individuals: can also call (608) 266-2486 • Businesses: (608) 266-2776.

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