Following in the footsteps of the IRS once again, the Tennessee Department of Revenue has moved the filing and payment due dates for Hall Income Tax returns. Click here for the notice from the state.
As expected, the state of Tennessee Department of Revenue followed the lead of the IRS and moved the Franchise and Excise tax filing deadline and payment due date from April 15th to July 15th. This includes quarterly estimated payments due April 15th. The extension due date will remain October 15th per the notice. Click here to read the notice from the Tennessee Department of Revenue.
On March 21, the IRS moved the due date for all April income tax filings and payments due from April 15th to July 15th. No action is required by the filer to receive the extended due date. This applies to the first estimated payment due April 15th as well. It is expected that most states will follow the lead of the IRS and move their due date as well. When this is confirmed, we will post here on our website. Click here to view the IRS notice.
The IRS and the Tennessee Department of Revenue have provided relief to those areas affected by the recent tornadoes. The Federal Government declared Davidson County, Putnam County and Wilson County as Federal Disaster Areas after the tornadoes. As a result, the IRS and state of Tennessee have moved the due date for selected returns for residents of these counties from April 15 to July 15. Residents of these counties do not need to take any action to receive the extended date. This applies to Federal Form 1040, Federal Form 1041, Federal Form 1120, Federal Form 941, Federal Form 990, Tennessee Form FAE 170, Tennessee Form INC 250 and all estimated tax payments, federal and state. Click here for the IRS notice for further details. Click here for the TDOR notice for state specific details.
J. Alan Hayes