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IRS and State Tax Filing Deadlines Changed

The IRS announced it will be changing the deadline for filing federal tax returns, pushing it back to May 17. While many states have followed suit, there are a number of states that are keeping the original date or changing it to different deadlines. 

Updated: 03/23/2021

April 15th, 2021

  • Alabama: Unlike the IRS, Alabama grants all taxpayers an automatic six-month extension to file penalty-free beyond the April 15, 2021 due date.
  • Arizona: The deadline is still April 15 for state taxes, but the Arizona Department of Revenue says it will consider an extension.
  • Kansas: The deadline for state taxes is April 15, although it looks like an extension of that deadline is imminent, presumably for May 17.
  • Ohio: The deadline is still April 15, although it might be extended.

April 20th, 2021

  • Hawaii: Residents still need to file their N-11 Hawaii state form by April 20, but you can also file for a six month extension.

April 30th, 2021

  • Iowa: The deadline for state taxes is April 30, although it looks like it will be extended soon.

May 17th, 2021

  • Arkansas: Arkansas has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • California: California has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Colorado: Colorado has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Connecticut: Connecticut has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Delaware: Delaware has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Georgia: Georgia has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Idaho: Idaho has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Illinois: Illinois has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Indiana: The deadline is still April 15.
  • Kentucky: Kentucky has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Maine: Maine has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Massachusetts: Massachusetts has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Michigan: Michigan has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Minnesota: Minnesota has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Mississippi: Mississippi has extended its state tax deadline to May 17
  • Missouri: Missouri has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Montana: Montana has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • New Mexico: New Mexico has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • New Jersey: New Jersey has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • New York: New York has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • North Carolina: North Carolina has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • North Dakota: North Dakota has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Oregon: Oregon has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Rhode Island: Rhode Island has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • South Carolina: South Carolina has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Utah: Utah has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Vermont: Vermont has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Virginia: Virginia has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • West Virginia: West Virginia has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.
  • Wisconsin: Wisconsin has extended its state tax deadline to May 17.

June 15th, 2021

  • Louisiana: The deadline for state taxes has been extended to June 15.
  • Oklahoma: The deadline for state taxes has been extended to June 15.

 

July 15th, 2021

  • Maryland: The deadline for state taxes has been extended to July 15.
  • Nebraska: Nebraska has extended its state tax deadline to July 15.

No Income Tax

  • Alaska: Alaska does not have an income tax.
  • Florida: Florida does not have a state income tax.
    • Florida’s Homestead Exemption must be filed, for 2022, anytime between April 2, 2021 through March 2, 2022
  • Nevada: Nevada does not have a state income tax.
  • New Hampshire: New Hampshire does not have a state income tax.
  • South Dakota: South Dakota does not have a state income tax.
  • Tennessee: Tennessee does not have a state income tax.
  • Texas: Texas does not have a state income tax.
  • Washington: Washington does not have a state income tax.
  • Wyoming: Wyoming does not have a state income tax.
Nishant Mittal
Nishant Mittal
Nishant founded Monaeo with his co-founder Anupam Singhal in 2011 after personally experiencing the pain of audits caused by business travel. Nishant served as a Vice President at General Atlantic, leading the Financial Services sector in India. Previously he worked at McKinsey & Co. Nishant holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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