Estimated tax filing deadline to be delayed by the IRS: NPR


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The IRS is expected to push back the tax filing deadline for a second year as the coronavirus pandemic continues and with a number of last-minute changes to the tax code.

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The IRS is expected to push back the tax filing deadline for a second year as the coronavirus pandemic continues and with a number of last-minute changes to the tax code.

David Ack / AP

If you’re delaying filing your tax return this year, here’s some good news. The IRS is expected to delay the application deadline by another month, a congressional source familiar with the matter told NPR. The delay was It was first reported by Bloomberg News.

With the original deadline of April 15th, there were just too many of them Last minute changes to tax laws Because of the COVID-19 relief bill that was signed into law by President Biden just last week. The most recent first big change of $ 10,200 in unemployment insurance was raised in 2019 with tax relief for many beneficiaries.

The IRS has been pressured to return the application deadline by taxpayers and accountants.

Last year, the registration date was pushed back to July due to the coronavirus pandemic. The IRS, which has seen its budgets cut by Congress and its employees in recent years, is still processing millions of paper revenues from that year.

Agency He said Tuesday It has made stimulus bill payments to nearly 90 million Americans.


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