Treasury decides to stick with July 15 tax deadline

Uncategorized Jun 30, 2020

The Treasury Department announced Monday that it would not be moving the tax-filing deadline for a second time, despite some pressure to do so because of the coronavirus pandemic.

After considering an additional postponement, the agency said the evening that it is sticking with the current July 15 deadline and that people who need more time can ask for a normal extension that would give them until mid-October to complete their returns.

An extension would give taxpayers until Oct. 15 to file their returns, though they would still have to pay what they owe by July 15 to avoid interest and penalties.


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