Tax Guide

Extended State Income Tax Return Deadlines for 2021

Extended State Income Tax Return Deadlines for 2021
Ines Zemelman, EA
23 March 2021

Earlier this month the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced that they are extending the tax filing deadline to May 17. For Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas taxpayers the deadline was extended to June 15 due to the February winter storms. 

Anyway, you should remember that every state can set its own state income tax deadline. Let’s see the individual state tax deadlines for 2021. 

  1. Alabama: May 17
  2. Alaska: There’s no state income tax
  3. Arizona: May 17 
  4. Arkansas: May 17
  5. California: May 17
  6. Colorado: May 17
  7. Connecticut: May 17
  8. Delaware: May 17
  9. Florida: There’s no state income tax
  10.  Georgia: May 17
  11.  Hawaii: There are no changes
  12.  Idaho: April 15
  13.  Illinois: May 17
  14.  Indiana: There are no changes
  15.  Iowa: There are no changes
  16.  Kansas: May 17
  17.  Kentucky: May 17
  18.  Louisiana: June 15 
  19.  Maine: May 17
  20.  Maryland: July 15
  21.  Massachusetts: May 17
  22.  Michigan: May 17
  23.  Minnesota: May 17
  24.  Mississippi: There are no changes
  25.  Missouri: May 17
  26.  Montana: May 17
  27.  Nebraska: May 17
  28.  Nevada: There’s no state income tax
  29.  New Hampshire: There’s no state income tax
  30.  New Jersey: May 17
  31.  New Mexico: May 17
  32.  New York: May 17
  33.  North Carolina: May 17 
  34.  North Dakota: May 17
  35.  Ohio: There are no changes 
  36.  Oklahoma: June 15
  37.  Oregon: May 17
  38.  Pennsylvania: May 17
  39.  Rhode Island: May 17
  40.  South Carolina: May 17
  41.  South Dakota: There’s no state income tax
  42.  Tennessee: May 17 for Hall income tax
  43.  Texas: There’s no state income tax
  44.  Utah: May 17
  45.  Vermont: May 17
  46.  Virginia: May 17
  47.  Washington: There’s no state income tax
  48.  Washington, D.C.: May 17
  49.  West Virginia: May 17
  50.  Wisconsin: May 17
  51.  Wyoming: There’s no state income tax

 

Here’s what you should know about state taxes as an expat:

 

Ines Zemelman, EA
founder of Taxes for Expats