IRS ISSUES TAX PAYMENT INFORMATION REGARDING IRENE EXTENSION

140px-US-InternalRevenueService-Seal_svgThe Internal Revenue Service reminded all New Jersey taxpayers affected by Hurricane Irene that they have until Oct. 31 to meet certain tax filing and payment obligations and announced that e-File and Free File would remain available to accept their returns.

E-file, which will close for all other taxpayers following the Oct. 17 extension filing deadline, will be open through the end of October to any taxpayer who lives or has a business in areas granted tax relief because of Hurricane Irene.

Special Instructions for e-Filers

The IRS encouraged any taxpayer who wants to include a payment with the tax return to e-File by Oct. 20.

Because of year-end programming changes, IRS e-File will not accept returns that include payments after Oct 20. E-file returns that include a payment after that date will be rejected, but the IRS offers other options for these taxpayers to still e-file but pay separately by using:

* EFTPS (The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System)
* credit or debit card
* check or money order

These guidelines apply to e-File and Free File returns only. Payments accompanying paper returns are not affected.

For more details, access the disaster relief tax information on www.irs.gov by using the term “disasters” in the key word search feature.

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