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IRS Extends Tax Filing Deadline to November 1, 2024 for Kentucky and West Virginia Counties Hit by Storms

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The IRS has extended the tax filing deadline until November 1, 2024.

IRS Extends Tax Filing Deadline for Storm-Affected Counties in Kentucky and West Virginia

Residents of certain counties in West Virginia and Kentucky affected by severe weather disasters earlier this year now have until November 1, 2024, to file their 2023 tax returns and pay owed taxes. The IRS extended the deadline in response to storms, tornadoes, and mudslides that hit counties like Boyd, Carter, Fayette in Kentucky, and Boone, Cabell, Kanawha in West Virginia, providing relief to those facing financial challenges due to these natural disasters, according to the report of Marca.

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IRS Proactively Extends Relief Measures for Disaster-Stricken Areas in West Virginia and Kentucky

The IRS is prepared to expand relief measures in additional areas of West Virginia and Kentucky as needed, demonstrating its commitment to supporting communities recovering from disasters. The extension of the tax filing deadline for specific counties aims to assist taxpayers facing challenges from recent disasters, ensuring they have the time and flexibility to meet their financial obligations during the recovery process.

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