2020 Tax Deadline Extended
March 24, 2020
Did you know?
- The IRS has extended the deadline to file and pay federal income taxes to July 15, 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Kansas and Missouri state tax deadlines have also been extended to the same date.
- The IRS is offering relief to taxpayers in the face of the pandemic.
- You can file your taxes online for free with familiar tax preparation agencies like H&R Block and TurboTax through the IRS’s Free File program if you income-qualify or meet certain other guidelines.
- Click here to learn more about the IRS’s response to COVID-19, including office closures, when you can expect your refund if you already filed, and more.
When you’re ready to file
Now that we have permission to de-prioritize taxes for a little while, you may not want to think about it. After all, you’ve got other things to worry about.
We’ll be posting resources here to help you as you’re ready. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or looking for someone to guide you through the process, here are some local and online tax assistance options to get you started. If you do decide to go ahead and file now, we recommend calling ahead to find out how these services are adapting to the need for social distancing. Many have drop-off and pick-up options.
You can also find more helpful tax advice here!
Still have questions? Feel free to give us a call and see how we can help connect you to the right resources or talk to one of our counselors about how to make your money work for you.