IRS Delays Tax Filing Date to July 15

In the latest turn of events, we now have confirmation from the Treasury Secretary that the IRS will be extending the federal tax filing deadline from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020 at the direction of the President.

This means that the deadline for both tax returns and payments due will be deferred without interest or penalties for individual and business taxpayers. It will not be necessary to file for an extension if you plan to file by July 15, 2020, but we encourage you not to wait if you are due a refund and could benefit from the additional cash during these challenging times.

Many states, including New York and New Jersey, have indicated they would comply with any federal deadline delays and defer their state filing deadlines accordingly. We will keep you updated as announcements are made.

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Jeffrey G. Cohen Jeffrey G. Cohen, CPA is the Partner-in-Charge of Tax Services at Grassi. With over 30 years of experience, Jeff specializes in serving companies within the Manufacturing and Distribution Industry, with an emphasis on the Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical sectors. A leading tax expert in the New York Metropolitan area, Jeff has enabled his clients to realize significant tax savings through proper Income and... Read full bio