State Tax Filing Deadlines and Extension Requirements
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State Tax Filing Deadlines and Extension Requirements

By Mark Castro


State Filing Deadlines for 2021 State Individual Income Tax Returns

Below is a listing of the filing deadlines for Tax Year 2021 state individual income tax returns:

April 18, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following States:

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico (paper filers), New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina (paper filers), Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin

April 19, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following States:

Maine, Massachusetts

April 20, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following State:

Hawaii

May 2, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following States:

Delaware, Iowa, New Mexico (e-filed returns), South Carolina (e-filed returns), Virginia

May 15, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following State:

Louisiana

July 15, 2022 is the filing deadline for the following State:

Maryland, Maryland 2022 Individual 1st and 2nd Estimated payments

 

State Individual Tax Return Extension Requirements

Alabama

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must make their payment with Form 40-V, checking the box for automatic extension payment and sending it to the Alabama Department of Revenue.

Arizona

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Arizona extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form 204 to be granted an extension.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 204 with the Arizona Department of Revenue and include the payment when filing.

Arkansas

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Arkansas extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form AR1055-IT to be granted an extension until November 15.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file AR1055-IT and include the payment with the voucher included with the form and send it to the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration.

California

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must make a payment using Form FTB 3519 and file it with the California Franchise Tax Board.

Colorado

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must make a payment using Form DR 0158-I and send it to the Colorado Department of Revenue.

Connecticut

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Connecticut extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form CT-1040-EXT to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer needs to make a payment with their extension, they must file CT-104-EXT, include their payment, and send it to the Connecticut Department of Revenue.

Delaware

Taxpayers must file Form PIT-EXT to request an extension of time to file their Delaware individual income tax return until October 15. Any payment due on the return must be made with the extension form.

District of Columbia

Taxpayers must file Form FR-127 to receive an extension of time to file their District of Columbia individual income tax return until October 15. If payment is due, it must be included with the extension request.

Georgia

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Georgia extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form IT-303 to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form IT-303 with their payment and send it to the Georgia Department of Revenue.

Hawaii

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer owes tax, they must make a payment using Form N-200V and file it with the Hawaii Department of Taxation.

Idaho

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer owes tax, they must make a payment using Form 51 and send it to the Idaho State Tax Commission.

Illinois

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Illinois extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form IL-505-I to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form IL-505-I with their payment and send it to the Illinois Department of Revenue.

Indiana

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Indiana extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form IT-9 to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form IT-9 with their payment and send it to the Indiana Department of Revenue.

Iowa

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Iowa individual income tax return until October 31.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form IA 1040V with their payment and send it to the Iowa Department of Revenue.

Kansas

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they will also be granted an extension until October 15 to file their Kansas Individual income tax return.

If a taxpayer determines that they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form K-40V (marking the box indicating that it is for an extension payment) with their payment and send it to the Kansas Department of Revenue

Kentucky

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Kentucky extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form 740EXT to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they will owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 740EXT with their payment and send it to the Kentucky Department of Revenue.

Louisiana

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they must submit a copy of the federal extension to the Louisiana Department of Revenue.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form R-2868 to be granted an extension until November 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form R-2868 with their payment and send it to the Louisiana Department of Revenue.

Maine

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Maine individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 1040EXT-ME with their payment and send it to Maine Revenue Services.

Maryland

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Maryland individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they will owe tax, they must make a payment using Form PV and file it with the Comptroller of Maryland.

Massachusetts

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Massachusetts individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax, they must make a payment using Form M-4868 and file it with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

Michigan

Filing an extension is only necessary if a taxpayer expects to owe tax on their Michigan individual income tax return.

If the taxpayer determines they may owe tax and files a federal extension, they will send their payment along with a copy of their federal extension (Form 4868) to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

If the taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they did not file a federal extension, they must complete Form 4 and file it along with their payment to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

Minnesota

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Minnesota individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax, they must make a payment using a Minnesota payment voucher and file with their payment to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

Mississippi

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Mississippi individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they owe tax, they must make a payment by completing the Form 80-106 payment voucher, marking the box for extension payment, and filing it with the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

Montana

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Montana individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they owe tax, they must make a payment by completing the Form IT payment voucher, marking the box for estimated payment, and filing it with the Montana Department of Revenue.

Nebraska

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Nebraska extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form 4868N to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file 4868N and include their payment when they file the extension with the Nebraska Department of Revenue.

New Jersey

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they must submit a copy of the federal extension to the New Jersey Division of Taxation.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file NJ-630-M to be granted an extension until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file NJ-630-M, check the box for 6-month extension, and include their payment when they file the extension with the New Jersey Division of Taxation.

New Mexico

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a New Mexico extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form RPD-41096 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file Form PIT-EXT and send it to the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department.

New York

Taxpayers must file IT-370 to be granted an extension to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file IT-370 and include their payment when they file the extension with the New York Department of Taxation and Finance.

North Carolina

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a North Carolina extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form D-410 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file Form D-410 and send it to the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

North Dakota

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a North Dakota extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form 101 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they will need to file Form ND-1EXT payment voucher and send it to the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner.

Ohio

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, Ohio will consider that the taxpayer has requested an Ohio extension to October 15. The taxpayer must include a copy of their federal extension when they file their Ohio individual income tax return.

If the taxpayer did not file a federal extension, they do not have to file an Ohio extension request.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax, they must file Form IT 40P along with their payment to the Ohio Department of Taxation.

Oklahoma

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Oklahoma extension. When they file their Oklahoma return, they must include a copy of the federal extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form 504-I to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 504-I with their payment to the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

Oregon

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file an Oregon extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form OR-40-EXT to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file OR-40-EXT with their payment to the Oregon Department of Revenue.

Pennsylvania

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Pennsylvania extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form REV-276 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form REV-276 with their payment to the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Rhode Island

Filing an extension is only necessary if a taxpayer expects to owe tax on their Rhode Island individual income tax return.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form RI-4868 with their payment to the Rhode Island Division of Taxation.

South Carolina

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a South Carolina extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form SC4868 by April 15 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form SC4868 with their payment to the South Carolina Department of Revenue.

Utah

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Utah individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form TC-546 (Prepayment Coupon) with their payment to the Utah State Tax Commission by April 15.

Vermont

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Vermont extension.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form IN-151 by April 15 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file IN-151 with their payment to the Vermont Department of Taxes by April 15.

Virginia

Taxpayers are automatically granted an extension to file their Virginia individual income tax return until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 760IP (Automatic Extension Payment) with their payment to the Virginia Department of Taxation by May 1.

West Virginia

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a West Virginia extension. Taxpayers must note that they were granted a federal extension when they file their West Virginia individual income tax return.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension, they must file Form WV4868 by April 15 to be granted an extension of time to file until October 15.

If a taxpayer determines that they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file WV4868 with their payment to the West Virginia Tax Department by April 15.

Wisconsin

If a taxpayer files a federal extension, they do not need to file a Wisconsin extension. Taxpayers must include a copy of their federal extension when they file their Wisconsin individual income tax return.

If a taxpayer does not file a federal extension and they do not owe tax, they may include a statement with their Wisconsin individual income tax return that they are applying the federal automatic 6-month extension provision for Wisconsin purposes.

If a taxpayer determines they may owe tax and they are requesting an extension, they must file Form 1-ES with their payment to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue by April 15.


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