For taxpayers who requested extensions to file various 2022 returns, the filing due date for those returns is October 16, 2023.
The October 16 deadline to file under an extension applies to several common returns, including:
2022 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES:
Most individual taxpayers who requested an automatic extension to file their 2022 federal tax returns must file by October 16. However, additional extensions may be available to some taxpayers affected by recent disasters, including hurricanes and western wildfires. You can find a list of affected areas here: https://www.irs.gov/new…/tax-relief-in-disaster-situations.
2022 CORPORATE INCOME TAXES:
The October 16 deadline also applies to C corporations that requested an extension to file their 2022 corporate income tax returns (Form 1120).
FOREIGN BANK ACCOUNT REPORT (FBAR):
Many U.S. taxpayers, including individuals and businesses, must file an annual report of their foreign bank and other financial accounts, called an FBAR. Typically, filing an FBAR is necessary if the total value of a taxpayer’s foreign accounts exceeds $10,000 at any time during the calendar year. However, certain accounts, such as those held within a qualified IRA or other retirement plan, may not need to be reported. Most taxpayers who are required to file a FBAR and have not yet done so must file by October 16.