In just a few days, tax season 2023 will get its start, meaning that the IRS will begin accepting and processing tax returns. Here we discuss everything you need to know, from some basic tips to the extended deadlines for the victims of the California storms.
Tax Season 2023 Begins January 23
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will begin accepting and processing tax returns on January 23, 2023.
While the official deadline to file and pay federal taxes is April 18, 2023, the IRS now offers an extended May 15, 2323, deadline for the victims of the storms that are still affecting California (for more information see the next section).
Here’s a quick list with tips that will help you enjoy a stress-free tax filing season:
- Gather all the information you need before filing your tax return (such as Social Security Number or ITIN, supporting documents, information of dependents, among others)
- Take the time to review your tax situation and make sure you don’t overlook tax credits you may be eligible for
- If you need more information, contact the IRS. Alternatively, you can always get in touch with our tax experts at Delgado’s Insurance
Extended Federal Tax Deadline for California Storm Victims
In view of the massive storms sweeping through California, the IRS has offered tax relief to the victims, who will now have until May 15, 2023, to file federal individual and business tax returns and make the related tax payments.
The extended deadline will apply to all the individuals and households that live or have a business in any area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The current list of includes the below counties:
|El Dorado||San Joaquin|
|Glenn||San Luis Obispo|
|Los Angeles||Santa Barbara|
Other localities added later to the disaster area will also qualify for the same tax relief. You can check the updated list on the section Tax Relief in Disaster Situations on the IRS website.
Delgado’s Insurance: Taxes Made Easy
At Delgado’s Insurance, we have made it our mission to simplify tax filing while making sure that you stay compliant with all relevant laws and regulations.
We have locations in Riverside, California, and Bloomington, California. Contact us today by telephone (951-361-0084, 909-421-9003), email (email@example.com), or through our social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter).