The COVID-19 outbreak in the United States has continued to cause business disruptions across the industry. In response, the IRS has extended certain filing and payment due dates. The federal income tax filing and payment due date has been automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has also extended the filing deadline, accordingly. Estimated payments for 2021 taxes are still required to be made in accordance with the current due dates.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue announced relief for corporate taxpayers affected by the change in the Federal tax return due dates. The Department of Revenue anticipates waiving any late filing penalties for corporate tax returns filed on or before the Federal due date (April 18, 2017 for calendar year 2016 returns). For more important due dates, please click here.
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*Due dates are effective for calendar years 2017 and thereafter