IRS Announces Extension of Tax Deadline for California Residents Affected by Severe Weather
San Francisco, CA (February 27, 2023) —
With tax season in full swing, we wanted to share that the IRS has announced an extension of the tax day deadline for California residents affected by severe weather earlier in the year.
This extension applies to residents and business owners in areas designated by FEMA as disaster zones, including (but not limited to) Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, and San Francisco counties. Residents and business owners in those counties now have until May 15, 2023, to file various federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. You can find additional information on the tax extension and how to claim a disaster loss here.
If you and your family were impacted by the severe weather and could use more time to file your taxes, I encourage you to take advantage of the extension. It provides time to gather your documents and file your return(s) without worrying about penalties or late fees.
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