Tax Payment Deferrals Allowed Due to COVID-19

Tax payment deadline deferment allows individuals and corporations to delay tax payments for up to 90 days without incurring interest or penalties.

DS+B Team March 18, 2020

In a press conference on Tuesday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that taxpayers are able to defer up to $1 million in tax payments to the IRS for 90 days due to the effects of the coronavirus. Deferment of payments will not incur any interest or penalties.

The threshold of $1 million was chosen in order to account for pass-through entities that file through the individual owner’s return. Corporations will be allowed to defer up to $10 million in tax payments.

Mnuchin is encouraging Americans who can file by April 15th to still do so. At this time, the filing date has not been extended.

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You can read more details on The Hill.