The Internal Revenue Service, which in March gave taxpayers until July 15 to file and pay their federal income taxes for 2019, announced Thursday that it was extending additional tax deadlines.
Any taxpayers facing a deadline for filing or paying taxes that occurs on or after April 1 and before July 15 now have until July 15 to file or pay, the agency said in a notice. “Individuals, trusts, estates, corporations and other noncorporate tax filers qualify for the extra time,” according to the notice.
The IRS had already said that taxpayers due to make estimated tax payments by April 15 had until July 15 to make those payments. Thursday it said that the June 15 deadline for estimated tax payments was also extended to July 15.