People and businesses that were effected by Hurricane Ida are given more time to file their taxes for the 2020.
Anyone in Pennsylvania impacted by Ida has been given extended due dates thanks to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.
The move was made following the IRS’s decision to post-pone those that are part of an area declared an emergency by FEMA.
Any deadlines between Aug. 31 and Jan. 3 of 2022 have been extended to Jan. 3, 2022.
Tax payments that were due for 2020 do not count because they were due May 17, before Hurricane Ida hit.
To learn more about who qualifies for which extensions, visit the IRS website.
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