In welcome news for the state’s taxpayers, New Jersey has decided to follow the IRS’s decision to extend the federal April 15th tax reporting deadline again for individual filers for one month, with that day now May 17th.
Other states have since responded or are in the process of following suit. See below for the list of all states which have since adopted the federal extended filing due date. Note that Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas residents have been granted additional time due to the impact of recent weather events with those dates now June 15th. Keep checking this post as we will be updating as more states respond and confirm, and make sure to always refer back to your state’s jurisdictions in which you file for the most current information.
What states have extended their tax filing deadlines for tax year 2020?
Updated March 20, 2021
|Arizona||May 17 (pending)|
|New Jersey||May 17|
|New Mexico||May 17|
|New York||May 17|
|North Carolina||May 17|
|North Dakota||May 17|
|South Carolina||May 17|
|Tennessee||May 17 (Hall income tax)|
|Washington, D.C.||July 15|
|West Virginia||May 17|
State not listed due to no state individual income tax requirements: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.
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