All 50 State Income Tax Deadlines 2020: The Complete List of Changes Due to Coronavirus

All 50 State Income Tax Deadlines 2020: The Complete List of Changes Due to Coronavirus

By Megan O'Brien, finance and business editor



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State income tax deadlines and their respective requirements vary this year due to the effects of the coronavirus. And if you’ve got a growing business, it’s likely those deadlines apply to not only your personal bank account but also your business’s. 

If your business is a sole proprietorship or an LLC structured as a sole proprietorship, then you likely know that it’s considered a “pass-through entity”: Your business’s income is “passed through” to your personal tax return, and you file both in one go. Thus, your state income tax deadline is your state business tax deadline, too.

We aim to make it easy to determine the filing deadline for state income tax that’ll affect both your personal funds and your business, if it’s a sole proprietorship or LLC structured as such. (Find information on deadlines for other business structures below.*) So, here’s a list. States with “no extension” still have a tax deadline of April 15.

This list was last updated on March 27, 2020.

 

When are state taxes due?

Here are the filing and payment deadlines for state income taxes in 2020.


Alabama: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Alaska: No state income tax

Arizona: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Arkansas: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

California: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Colorado: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Connecticut: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Delaware: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Florida: No state income tax

Georgia: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Hawaii: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 20 

Idaho: Filing and payment deadlines extended to June 15

Illinois: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Indiana: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Iowa: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 31

Kansas: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Kentucky: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Louisiana:  Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Maine: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Maryland: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Massachusetts: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Michigan: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Minnesota: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Mississippi: Filing and payment deadlines extended to May 15

Missouri: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Montana: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Nebraska: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Nevada: No state income tax

New Hampshire: No extension 

New Jersey: No extension 

New Mexico: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

New York: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

North Carolina: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

North Dakota: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Ohio: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Oklahoma: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Oregon: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Pennsylvania: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Rhode Island: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

South Carolina: Filing and payment deadlines extended to June 1

South Dakota: No state income tax

Tennessee: Filing and payment deadlines remain April 15 (with the exception of areas affected by the tornadoes at the beginning of March, which have a deadline of July 15).

Texas: No state income tax

Utah: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Vermont: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Virginia: Filing deadline extended to May 1. Payment deadline extended to June 1.

Washington: No state income tax

Washington D.C.: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

West Virginia: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Wisconsin: Filing and payment deadlines extended to July 15

Wyoming: No state income tax


*State tax deadlines for other business structures

If your business is structured as a partnership, S corporation or an LLC structured as a partnership or S corporation, you likely already filed your state business taxes by the typical March deadline that most states follow, which was March 16 this year. However, you'll pay them as a part of your individual income tax return -- so, those deadlines above apply to you, but only for the payment part of the process.

C corporations and LLCs structured as a C corporation are taxed separately from the individual, thus they file corporate income taxes with their states. Many states are extending corporate income taxes (where applicable) in conjunction with the state individual income tax. It is best to check your with respective state for all updates, deadlines and needed information.

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