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    IRS filing and extension payment relief for Harvey & Irma

    The IRS has extended due dates for filing returns that were originally extended to either 9/15/17 or 10/15/17 to 1/31/18. Estimated payments due 9/15 are also extended.

    The page for Harvey lists affected counties and all the details:
    https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tax-rel...arvey-in-texas

    The page for Irma, as of my post, is missing details. I would expect the details to be added later.
    https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-giv...relief-planned

    This page lists the affected areas for Irma. If you should be on the list, but are not, wait a few days and re-check the link, It took the IRS about a week after Harvey to finalize the list.
    https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/help-fo...hurricane-irma

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    Re: IRS filing and extension payment relief for Harvey & Irma

    Can you please update the information for 2021? From what I knew, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government extended this year's federal income tax filing deadline from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021, but I'm not sure if they extended it. In addition, the IRS further extended the deadline for Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana residents to June 15, but again, I'm not sure if they extended it. All I know is that these extensions are automatic and apply to filing and payments. Anyway, at https://pdfliner.com/form_w_9 you can get the printable W-9 blank form for free, which will help you in the process of requesting the taxpayer identification number and certification.
    Last edited by annaneves; 29-Jul-2021 at 14:56.

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    Re: IRS filing and extension payment relief for Harvey & Irma

    For 2020's taxes, basically, due to Covid, the April 15th deadline was extended to May 15th for returns, but not for estimated payments. So, too late for that.

    The other "big" one, was for Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma... to June 15th, but that time has passed also:
    https://kb.drakesoftware.com/Site/Br...Extension-Info
    "Taxpayers in TX, LA, and OK received an additional extension of time to file until 6/15/2021. If needed, the taxpayer can file Form 4868 to extend the time to file till 10/15/2021."

    There are a myriad of "localized" extensions issued by the IRS. So far, this year, there have been 14 issued. You can find it recapped here:
    https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tax-rel...ter-situations

    The list is below, but, my technical skills aren't good enough to get these to show as "hotlinks" :-), so, if you are interested in one, you'll need to go to the page above to get the details.
    MI-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for victims of Severe Storms, Flooding, and Tornadoes in Michigan
    LA-2021-03, IRS announces tax relief for victims of severe storms and flooding in Louisiana
    WV-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for victims of severe storms and flooding in West Virginia
    IR-2021-112, IRS extends May 17, other tax deadlines for victims of Tennessee storms; provides special guidelines for disaster area individuals needing further extensions
    TN-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for victims of severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding in Tennessee
    AL-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for victims of severe storms, straight-line winds, and tornadoes in Alabama
    KY-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for Kentucky victims of severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides
    LA-2021-02, IRS announces tax relief for Louisiana severe winter storm victims
    OK-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for Oklahoma severe winter storm victims
    IR-2021-43, IRS extends April 15 and other upcoming deadlines, provides other tax relief for victims of Texas winter storms
    TX-2021-02, IRS announces tax relief for Texas severe winter storm victims
    TX-2021-01, IRS announces waiver of dyed fuel penalty in Texas
    LA-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for Hurricane Zeta victims in Louisiana
    MS-2021-01, IRS announces tax relief for Hurricane Zeta victims in Mississippi.

    Hope this helps.
    Mike Hartfield
    Last edited by MikeH; 24-Jul-2021 at 07:56.

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    Re: IRS filing and extension payment relief for Harvey & Irma

    My apologies to all for violating community standards.

    Actually I do not now recall what it was that I wrote.
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