Important April 15th Tax Deadlines You Can’t Afford to Miss
Recent changes to tax laws (due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) are in effect for 2018 returns, so allow plenty of time to organize your records and file given these significant new changes. However, if you haven’t filed your taxes yet, don’t fret. There’s still time to get prepared, beat the April 15th deadline and avoid the stress of filing at the last minute.
Did you know that April 15th is the deadline for more than just filing individual tax returns?
April 15, 2019
Filing 2018 individual returns.
April 15th is the last day to file and pay your 2018 income taxes. Most individual tax payers use Form 1040.
Filing an Extension, Payments are Due
Tuesday, April 15th is the final day to request an automatic six-month extension on filing personal income taxes and to make a tax payment. It is important to note that filing an extension extends the filing date to October 15th, but does not extend the deadline to pay. If a payment is owed and not made by the due date, you will be charged interest on the unpaid tax balance and penalties for filing and paying late.
First Quarterly Payments are Due
The first quarterly payments are due for individuals who must make their first estimated tax payments for 2019 using Form 1040 ES.
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