The Ohio Revenue Tax deadline has modified and now matches the IRS deadline of Could 17
COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Ohio has modified its private earnings tax deadline to match the brand new federal deadline of Could 17.
Ohio Tax Commissioner Jeff McClain introduced the change on Wednesday. The IRS had prolonged federal deadline final week for private earnings tax. Ohio state taxes can solely be filed after the federal, as the shape requires people to report their federal adjusted gross earnings.
In a press launch, McClain mentioned that “the extension is meant to deliver some aid to these affected by public security measures adopted to include the unfold of the coronavirus.”
That is the second yr in a row that the deadline has been prolonged past the normal April 15. In Ohio, the extension applies to non-public earnings taxes and faculty district earnings taxes for 2020.
The state press launch additionally mentioned that, just like the IRS extension, Ohio will waive the penalty on funds owed through the extension.
However the state famous that estimated earnings tax funds for 2021 usually are not affected and have but to be made by April 15.