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Americans can get a three-month reprieve to pay their income taxes for 2019, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday in a press conference.

The IRS will postpone the April 15 tax deadline by 90 days for millions of individuals, a reprieve that would cover many pass-through entities and small businesses,

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You can delay paying taxes if you owe them — but you still have to file on time

The Trump administration just announced $300 billion in tax deferrals as part of its coronavirus response.

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Being out of the country we get an automatic extension of 3 or 4 months to file.

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The automatic extension for expats is 2 months, filing and payment. 

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Friday 3/19 that the administration has moved the IRS deadline for filing taxes from April 15 to July 15 due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus. The new deadline will give millions of taxpayers more time to fill out their tax forms as coronavirus upends daily life across the country. 

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You still have to file on time.  I'll wait until July to pay so I can earn a little extra interest on the payment.

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Yo1, where are you getting this stuff. The FILING deadline has been moved to July 15. One needs to do NOTHING by April 15. One can if they wish, and millions have done so already.

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I apologize for my comments about the filing day for taxes.  It has been pushed back to July also. 

 

At @realDonaldTrump’s direction, we are moving Tax Day from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties.

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For those who have to send IRS estimated tax payments that usually begin April 15 are also postponed to July 15.

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Actually the April 15 payment is postponed to July 15. But the second payment due June 15 is still due then.

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So the second payment now becomes the first and the first, the second. That could become confusing, especially when talking to the government. 

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