Tax due dates changed

The state is granting special tax relief for state income taxpayers similar to the Internal Revenue Service in response to the COVID-19 emergency, according to the Hawaii Department of Taxation.

Hawaii 2019 income tax filing and payment due dates will be extended.

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Individual and corporate income tax returns for Tax Year 2019 due from April 20 to June 20 are extended to July 20.

Individual income tax payments for Tax Year 2019 due from April 20 to June 20 are extended to July 20.

Corporate income tax payments for corporations for Tax Year 2019 due from April 20 to June 20 are extended to July 20.

Taxpayers who are entitled to a refund or pay the Tax Year 2019 income tax due by July 20 receive an automatic extension to file the associated return by October 20.

Additional action is not needed by income taxpayers to participate in this tax relief program. The department is making the necessary system changes for these new due dates.

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Individual income taxpayers who are expecting refunds for Tax Year 2019 are encouraged to file as soon as possible. Hawaii residents can file Form N-11 (Hawaii resident income tax) for free using Hawaii Tax Online (hitax.hawaii.gov).

Filing and payment dates for all non-income taxes (withholding, general excise, transient accommodations, etc.) are unchanged.

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