Last week it was announced during a press conference that IRS would be extending the deadline for 1040 filings and providing some relief on payments. This week the IRS issued written guidance explaining what that means to taxpayers.

The due date for all 1040 returns has been automatically extended from April 15th to July 15th.
In addition, all federal income tax payments due April 15th can also be deferred until July 15th, without penalty or interest, regardless of the amount owed.
Note that this applies to both your 1040 payment and your quarterly self-employment tax payments.

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