|Tax Day Date||Type of Income Tax Return||Filing Deadline/Due Date Description|
|April 18*, 2017||2016 Federal Tax Return||Tax Day for Tax Year 2016 – Filing deadline and due date for Federal Income Tax Returns. Prepare and e-file your 2016 tax returns from early January- October 16, 2017 on atgadvisors.com.|
|State Tax Return Deadlines||2016 State Tax Return||Due dates for State Income Tax Returns vary by state. Prepare your 2016 state return from early January-October 16, 2017 with your Federal Return|
|April 18*, 2017||2016 Federal Tax Extension||Due date for Tax Extensions for 2016 Federal Income Tax Returns. You can start preparing and e-filing Your Extension mid-March 2017 on efile.com.|
|State Extension Deadlines||2016 State Tax Extension||Due dates for State Income Tax Extensions vary by state.|
|October 16, 2017||2016 Federal Tax Return||Last day to e-file a 2016 Federal Income Tax Return for Tax Extension filers. Prepare and e-file your 2016 tax return from early January-October 16, 2017|
|April 15, 2020||2016 Tax Amendment||You can file an Amended Return to pay taxes due anytime, but you generally have a deadline of 3 years from the original due date to claim a tax refund.
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|No Deadline||Previous Year Tax Returns||You can file a Tax Return for a previous tax year anytime, but you can only claim a refund within 3 years of the original tax deadline. They can only be prepared and filed via mail.
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|State Tax Deadlines||All State Tax Deadlines||View State Tax Return and Tax Extension Deadlines for All States|
|Health Care Enrollment Deadlines||All Health Care Enrollment Deadlines||View Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Deadlines for 2016 and 2017|
Why is Tax Day April 18?
The regular tax return filing deadline is April 15. However, due to April 15 being on a Saturday and the Washington D.C. Emancipation Day holiday being observed on April 17 instead of April 16, 2017, Tax Day is on the following Tuesday.
When Can I File My Previous Year or Late Federal Tax Return?
There is no IRS deadline for overdue previous year tax returns, but in order to claim a tax refund for a certain year, you must file a tax return for that year within 3 years of the original due date. If you wait longer than 3 years, any tax refund is forfeit.