Tax Deadline - October 15



The Internal Revenue Service today reminds taxpayers who filed an extension that the October 15 due date to file their 2019 tax return is near. Taxpayers should file their tax returns on or before the October 15 deadline. For those who still owe, pay as soon as possible to reduce any penalties and interest.


Although October 15 is the last day for most people to file, some taxpayers may have more time. They include:

  • Members of the military and others serving in a combat zone. They typically have 180 days after they leave the combat zone to file returns and pay any taxes due.
  • Taxpayers in federally declared disaster areas who already had valid extensions. For details, see the disaster relief page on




Many taxpayers currently underemployed due to recent economic conditions may consider applying for social security retirement benefits earlier than they previously planned to supplement their income. But, continuing to work while receiving those benefits may cause their benefits to be reduced below the anticipated amount. If you are a social security beneficiary under the full retirement age (currently age 66), an earnings test determines whether your social security retirement benefits will be reduced because you earned more from a job or business than an annual exempt amount (discussed below). A different earnings test applies to individuals entitled to disability benefits.

A lot of people dream of being their own boss—especially in a difficult economy where sometimes the best way to find your next job is to create it. Sure the hours can be long, the pay low in at least the early years, and the possibility of failure daunting, but there's something about growing your own business that can make the effort worthwhile in the long run. However, it's important to get off on the right foot to better your chances for success.

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