The IRS recently announced that tax return filing and tax payment deadlines have been postponed for victims of flooding and severe storms in parts of Iowa.
If you are a resident of Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona or Woodbury County in Iowa, the IRS has extended tax filing and payment deadlines. This includes the 1040 filing deadline of April 15th, the quarterly estimated income tax payment of April 30th, and the deadline for additional IRA contributions of April 15th. All three of these deadlines have been extended to July 31st, 2019.
If you are a resident of one of these affected areas, you do not need to file any paperwork to be approved for the extension. The deadline for 2018 1040 returns has been automatically extended for taxpayers in the affected area.
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