What to Do if You Missed the Tax Day Deadline
Did you miss the 2022 tax filing deadline? For most taxpayers, that was April 18, 2023. Taxpayers who are expecting a refund won’t be penalized for late filing. But those who owe taxes (and don’t qualify for an exception) will be charged penalties and interest for late filing and late payment. An extension to file provides an additional six months with a new filing deadline of October 16th. Penalties and interest apply to taxes owed after April 18 and interest is charged on tax and penalties until the balance is paid in full. The IRS encourages late filers to limit penalties and interest by filing soon and paying as much as possible. If you can’t pay what you owe, file anyway so you can eliminate the failure-to-file penalty. Click here to find out more. Contact us for help filing.
About Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC
As a certified public accounting firm located in central New York, Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC has been in business for decades. The firm provides businesses and individuals with accounting, audit, taxation, business formation and valuation, financial and retirement planning, and fraud examination and deterrence services. For more information about how Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC can be of service to you, contact our professionals at 315.424.1120 or [email protected].