Tax Deadline Could be Extended to Sept. 15

Or even as late as December 15, 2020



On March 21, the IRS officially announced that the April 15 deadline for filing 2019 tax returns, and paying any tax liability, was extended to July 15. But that may not be the last move by Uncle Sam. Now the White House is reportedly contemplating a second extension.

Although talks within the Trump administration are still in the preliminary stage, NBC news has reported that the deadline could be postponed again to September 15—or even as late as December 15.

“As President Trump has said, we are going to ensure that we take care of all Americans so that we emerge from this challenge stronger and with a growing economy, which is why the White House is focused on pro-growth, middle-class tax and regulatory relief,” Judd Deere, White House deputy press secretary, told NBC.

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Source: CPA Practice Advisor

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