IRS postpones April 15th tax deadline for residents, businesses in Texas
WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service extended the April 15 deadline for filing and paying taxes to June 15 for all Texas residents and businesses, citing the damage caused by recent winter storms and power outages in the state.
The delay also gives Texans more time for other tax filings, including estimated tax payments, income tax returns, and contributions to individual retirement accounts. The delays are automaticThis means taxpayers don’t have to submit forms to get the benefits. The relief goes to people who live in Texas – more than 8% of Americans – and to people who do business there.
Residents of other countries affected by the same storms and the associated disaster statements can also qualify for the same delay; the IRS …