Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-06-15 06:47:49 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — Tax filing deadlines are Tuesday, June 15. The original April 15 deadline has been postponed twice.
For those who still need an extension, the IRS will only accept extension requests by mail by Tuesday. They no longer accept electronic file extensions.
If you miss the deadline on Tuesday, you can still submit the file and you will not be punished for a refund. However, if you are obliged to repay, you will be charged a late “filing” fee and interest accrued from Wednesday.
The COVID-19 stimulus check has been a logistical nightmare for the IRS for the past year. If you receive a stimulus check from the December stimulus bill, it will not be counted as taxable income and will not affect your earnings.
If you do not receive either stimulus check and claim it as a 2020 tax credit, the IRS will need to recheck the database and your refund may be delayed. Since April 15th, this has been done on a large scale and the IRS has been backlogged.
The IRS also announced in March, but due to the historic winter storm in February, Oklahoma’s tax deadline has been postponed to June 15. Oklahoma is in Texas and Louisiana who received an additional month.
If you have not received your first or second incentive, or if you have less than the full amount, you may be able to claim your 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit.For more information click here.
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