Federal Tax Filing Extended to July 15th, But Of Course, It’s Not That Simple

April 3, 2020 | Podcasts



The IRS extended the federal tax filing date to July 15, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. But, as with most things with taxes, it’s not that simple. Jackson Walker attorney Ashley P. Withers discusses a few things to think about as you prepare to file your taxes, and what it means for those who file quarterly returns and those who may get a refund or a stimulus check.

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The IRS has issued Notice 2020-18, permitting taxpayers to delay until July 15, 2020, the filing of federal income tax returns and the payment of federal income taxes that would otherwise be due April 15, 2020.

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Ashley P. Withers
Associate, Dallas

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