All tax returns should be submitted by March 31. This year, despite the ongoing pandemic, there will be no postponement of the deadline given by the state. However, taxpayers may ask for postponement individually.
As of March 22, 394,217 taxpayers have submitted a tax return. About half did it electronically, the Financial Administration reported. The Financial Administration accepts more than 1.2 million tax returns every year.
Postponement via e-mail
If a taxpayer does not manage to submit a tax return on time due to the pandemic, he or she can ask the Financial Administration for an extension of the deadline. This year, it is possible to send the request in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with all the necessary data.