Tax Extensions by States


State income tax extensions are listed by each state below. Most state extensions are due by April 15, 2023. Once the Tax Day deadline passes, tax extensions can no longer be e-filed on or anywhere. If you do not owe taxes, many states grant an automatic 6 month extension period. If you do owe taxes, paying state taxes online or via check serves as a state tax extension for many states and a form is not needed. However, some states do require a specific form; see below for state details.

Let's be clear here: If you don't owe taxes, you don't need to file a tax extension! The question is, how do you know if you owe taxes or not without preparing a state tax return? If you "guesstimate" this and you are certain you don't owe state income taxes, there is no need to file an IRS or state tax extension. If you owe taxes, however, you should either prepare a return or pay your state taxes online. As a result, this tax payment would serve as your extension. See step-by-step instructions on how to eFile an IRS tax extension.

  • Alternatively to preparing a state tax extension, you can prepare and eFile your 2022 IRS and state returns together on The last deadline after a tax extension or otherwise to e-file 2022 Tax Returns is October 15, 2023. Tax penalties might apply if you owe taxes and you do not file something (extension or return) by April 15, 2023 (state deadlines may vary). Even if you can't pay on time, you should e-File a return or extension on time. Click here to find specific state tax return deadlines.
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  • Overall, if you pay all your taxes due by Tax Day - see online payment links below - you will not face a late filing penalty or late payment penalty. Plus, you don't need to eFile an extension if you pay online.

State Tax Extension Information

If you pay your state income taxes by Tax Day, April 15, 2023 or state income tax due date, you do not have to file a state tax extension form. You can NOT e-File a state extension form on or anywhere else, but you can eFile an IRS tax extension on Taxpert.comThe date to file a federal or state extension has passed; e-file your federal and state returns as soon as possible.

If you do not know the amount of state taxes you owe, create a free working tax return copy on that will show you your tax liability. If you do not have all documents to calculate an accurate tax return, estimate the taxes due as well as you can and pay that amount via the state link below. If you do not have the funds to pay your taxes now, e-File something (return or extension) even if you can't pay anything! Why? It will eliminate your late filing penalty until the e-file tax return due date in October 2023. You can file after the October deadline by paper, but your late filing penalty will start then unless you paid all your taxes on or before that.

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Alaska - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Florida - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Nevada - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension in Nevada
New Hampshire - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension in New Hampshire
South Dakota - Not Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Tennessee - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Texas - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Washington - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension
Wyoming - No Income Taxes
No Income Tax Extension

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*) Based on data collected in January, 2022. Subject to change without notice.