2015 E-File Dates

2015 E-File Dates

January 30 - 1st day to e-file

                 - 1st IRS acknowledgements of e-filed returns

April 15 - Last day to e-file timely returns

            - Last day to e-file timely extension requests

April 20 - Last day to re-transmit rejected timely filed returns and extensions

June 15 - Last day to e-file timely extension request for overseas taxpayers

October 15 - Last day to e-file returns that received six month extension

October 20 - Last day to re-transmit rejected late or extension returns

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