Missouri Extends Tax Deadlines for Flood Victims

Friday, March 4th, 2016

 
 
Missouri Department of Revenue
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The Missouri Department of Revenue extended tax deadlines to May 16, 2016 for taxpayers in 33 counties affected by recent flooding.

The Internal Revenue Service postponed certain deadlines for taxpayers who live in or have a business in counties that were declared disaster areas due to floods. Missouri decided to extend deadlines for tax returns and payments to correspond with the new IRS deadlines. The extended deadlines apply to returns and payments that were due on or after December 23, 2015 but before May 16, 2016. This affects filings including individual and corporate income tax returns, sales and use tax returns, and employer withholding filings.

Taxpayers filing paper returns must write "Missouri Flooding" at the top of the returns. Those who file electronically may receive help from their software providers.

http://dor.mo.gov/personal/individual/flooding_information.php


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