2019 Tax Calendar

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2019 Federal Legal Holiday

 

January 1 – New Year's Day

January 21 – Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday

February 18 – Washington's Birthday

April 16 – District of Columbia Emancipation Day

May 27 – Memorial Day

July 4 – Independence Day

September 2 – Labor Day

October 14 – Columbus Day

November 11 – Veterans' Day

November 28 – Thanksgiving Day

December 25 – Christmas Day

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2019 E-File Dates

 

January 28 – First day to e-file and first IRS acknowledgements of e-filed returns

April 15 – Last day to e-file timely returns and extension requests

April 21 – Last day to retransmit rejected timely filed returns and extensions

June 17 – Last day to e-file timely extension request for overseas taxpayers

October 15 – Last day to e-file returns that received 6-month extension

October 22 – Last day to retransmit rejected late or extension returns

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Other 2019 Tax Dates

 

January 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

January 15 – Make last 2018 estimated tax payment

February 11 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

March 11 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

April 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

April 15 – Due date to file calendar year 2018 tax returns or request an automatic 6-month extension of time to file. Pay any tax that is due, even if you file a 6-month extension of time to file.

April 15 – First 2019 estimated tax payment due

May 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

June 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

June 17 – Second 2018 estimated tax payment due

July 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

August 102– Report tips of $20 or more to employer

September 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

September 16 – Third 2018 estimated tax payment due

October 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

October 15 – Final due date to file calendar year 2017 tax returns for taxpayers who received a 6-month extension

November 12 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer

December 10 – Report tips of $20 or more to employer