Due to the coronavirus, the IRS has granted broad relief for tax filing and payment deadlines that fall between April 1 and July 15. See AICPA Tax Section FAQs.
It seems like the fifteenth day of every month is a tax deadline. For many practitioners, it can be hard to keep up with the constant deadlines. This page provides the guidance and tools to help you comply with tax return and payment due dates to maximize workflow productivity.
- IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief: The IRS has established this page to help those affected by the coronavirus.
- IRS Tax Relief in Disaster Situations: Information on the most recent tax relief provisions for taxpayers affected by disaster situations.
- IRS Publication 509, Tax Calendars: 13-page IRS publication that provides all IRS due dates for filing tax forms and paying taxes.
- IRS Tax Calendar for Businesses and Self-Employed: Set up calendar reminders or subscribe to RSS feeds or to the IRS’s calendar system to help you manage due dates.
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tax Resources: Get a summary of the recent legislation, answers to FAQs, due dates charts, a stimulus calculator and client tools.
- State Tax Guide for Businesses: Provides information (such as due dates) for preparing business state income and franchise tax returns. Exclusive resource for Tax Section members.
- State Tax Guide for Individuals: Provides information (such as due dates) for preparing individual state tax returns. Exclusive resource for Tax Section members.
- Casualty Loss and Disaster Relief: The IRS may extend a tax return deadline for taxpayers impacted by a disaster.
- IRS First-Time Penalty Abatement: If a client misses a filing/payment deadline and incurs failure-to-file, failure-to-pay or failure-to-deposit penalties, consider requesting penalty abatement using the IRS’s first-time abate procedures.
Reviewed April 10, 2020