When is Kansas Accepting Tax Returns?

The Kansas Department of Revenue is now accepting tax returns for the 2019 tax year. If you’re not sure when to file your taxes, be sure to check out our blog post on the subject.

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Introduction

The State of Kansas began accepting electronic and paper tax returns on Monday, January 27, 2020. The deadline to file your 2019 tax return is April 15, 2020.

If you are due a refund, the State of Kansas issues refunds within 21 days of receiving your return. If you owe taxes, the State of Kansas requires payment within 30 days of the date on your Notice of Assessment.

Kansas offers several electronic filing options for free or at a reduced rate. You can also file your taxes by mail or in person.

Tax Filing Dates in Kansas

The Kansas Department of Revenue begins accepting tax returns on January 1st. If you file electronically, you have until midnight on April 15th to file. If you file a paper return, you have until April 15th to file. However, if you are owed a refund, there is no penalty for filing late.

State Income Taxes

The State of Kansas has released the dates that they will start accepting tax returns for the 2019 tax year.
Individual taxpayers can start filing their taxes on Monday, January 27, 2020. The deadline to file taxes in Kansas is April 15, 2020, which is the same as the federal filing deadline.

If you need more time to file your taxes, you can request an extension from the state by filing Form K-40V (Application for Extension of Time to File Kansas Income Tax Return). The form must be postmarked by April 15, 2020, and it will give you an extra six months to file your return.

Keep in mind that even if you get an extension on your taxes, you will still need to pay any taxes that you owe by April 15th. If you don’t pay your taxes by the deadline, you will be charged interest and may have to pay penalties.

Federal Income Taxes

The deadline to file your federal income taxes is April 15. However, if you can’t file by the deadline, you can get an extension by filing Form 4868 with the IRS. This will give you until October 15 to file your return.

##State Income Taxes
The deadline to file your state income taxes in Kansas is April 15. However, if you can’t file by the deadline, you can get an extension by filing Form K-4040 with the Kansas Department of Revenue. This will give you until October 15 to file your return.

Tax Extensions in Kansas

The filing deadline for Kansas tax returns is April 15. However, you can file for an extension if you need more time to prepare your return. The extension will give you until October 15 to file your return.

State Income Taxes

While the deadline to file your federal income taxes is always April 15, the due date for Kansas state taxes may differ. Check the Kansas Department of Revenue website for updates.

If you need more time to file your state taxes, you can request an extension by filing Form K-40V, Application for Extension of Time to File Kansas Individual Income Tax Return. This form must be postmarked by the original due date of your return. You are still required to pay any tax owed by the original due date; otherwise, you will be charged interest and late penalties.

For additional information on tax extensions in Kansas, visit the Kansas Department of Revenue website or contact the department at 785-368-8222.

Federal Income Taxes

The Kansas Department of Revenue is now accepting 2019 Kansas individual income tax returns. The state’s deadline to file 2019 taxes was extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you need more time to file your taxes beyond the July 15 deadline, you can request an extension by filing Form K-40V, Application for Extension of Time to File Kansas Income Tax Return. However, even if you file for an extension, any tax owed must be paid by the original due date of your return (July 15) to avoid penalty and interest charges.

For more information on filing your 2019Kansas taxes, visit the state’s website or contact the Kansas Department of Revenue.

Conclusion

Kansas is now accepting tax returns. The deadline to file your return is April 15.

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