U.S. extends tax filing deadline to July 15: Mnuchin
By: (Reporting by Doina Chiacu and Andrea Shalal; Editing by Franklin Paul and Andrea Ricci)
Good news for those that don't overpay the US Government. The question remains how will this work with the state filing requirements that depend on US tax filings.
The U.S. government will give individuals and companies an extra three months to file their 2019 tax returns, extending the deadline to July 15 amid the coronavirus outbreak.
On Wednesday, Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service postponed until July 15 the deadline for individuals and corporations to make most tax payments with no penalties or interest. On Friday, the filing deadline was also extended from the original April 15.