Michigan Filing Date Extended to July 15

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order extending the state filing and payment deadline from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020. The state officially conformed with the change in Federal due dates as announced by the Department of Treasury over a week ago.
 
For Michigan individual income taxes:
• The due date for your 2019 tax return is now July 15, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 1st quarter estimated tax payment is now July 15, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 2nd quarter estimated tax payment remains on June 15, 2020
 
For C Corporations filing a Michigan Corporate Income Tax Return (CIT):
• The due date for your 2019 tax return is now July 31, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 1st quarter estimated tax payment is now July 15, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 2nd quarter estimated tax payment remains on July 15, 2020
 
For Michigan individuals and businesses filing Michigan city income tax returns:
• The due date for your 2019 tax return is now July 31, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 1st quarter estimated tax payment is now July 31, 2020
• The due date for your 2020 2nd quarter estimated tax payment remains on June 30, 2020
 
Additional updates:
• In addition to the extension of all Federal income tax due dates, all Federal gift tax returns (Form 709) are extended to July 15, 2020
• The deadline to make a 2019 contribution to an IRA, Roth IRA and to a Health Savings Account is now July 15, 2020
 
As more details are released, we will keep you updated. Please contact anyone on the team at Baker Holtz at (616) 458-1835 for more information.
 
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