Posts Tagged ‘HurricaneIan’

FINCEN Gives FBAR Filing Relief for Individuals Impacted by Hurricane Ian

Thursday, October 6th, 2022

FINCEN announced today that they are following the IRS and giving relief to taxpayers impacted by Hurricane Ian:

FinCEN announced today that victims of Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico; Hurricane Ian in Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina; and storms and floods in parts of Alaska have until Februrary 15, 2023 to file Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBARs) for the 2021 calendar year.

This is good news for taxpayers who have far more important things on their mind than completing government paperwork.

Hurricane Ian: IRS Extends Deadline for All Floridians to February 15

Thursday, September 29th, 2022

The IRS announced today that because the state of Florida has been declared a disaster zone that tax deadlines for Floridians have been extended until February 15, 2023.  This includes the individual and C-Corporation extended deadline of October 17th, the trust/estate (Form 1041) extension deadline of September 30th, payroll tax deadlines of October 31st and December 31st, and the January 17, 2023 Estimated Payment deadline.  Do note that tax payment deadlines that have already passed have not been extended.  However, interest and penalties do not accrue during disaster extensions, so there won’t be any additional interest and penalties.

I would expect the Florida Department of Revenue to extend the corporation tax deadline of October 17th to February 15, 2023 soon.