Pennsylvania Extends Income Tax Filing Deadline To July 15

Jeff Oravitz
March 21, 2020 - 4:59 pm
Pennsylvania State Capitol Building

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Pennsylvania is following suit with the Federal government by extending the state income tax filing deadline.

The new deadline for filing has been moved to July 15, the same day as the federal deadline change, due to the ongoing efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The original deadline to file your taxes at both the state and federal levels was April 15.

“This is a necessary step that will give Pennsylvania taxpayers extra time to file their returns and make tax payments during a difficult time for everyone,” Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said. “Particularly for those who plan to meet with a tax professional to prepare their returns, the new deadline will help everyone follow the Governor’s guidance to stay at home as we all work to prevent the spread of the virus.”

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