TAX TOOLS & FINANCIAL CALCULATORS
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Important Tax Dates for 2022
IRS official tax dates you need to stay on top of your taxes.
2022 E-filing Dates
- TBD – IRS begins accepting and processing e-filed returns and extensions
- April 18 – Tax Day – Last day to e-file returns and extensions
- October 15 – Last day to e-file returns with a 6-month extension
2022 Estimated Tax Payment Dates
- January 18 – Make last 2021 estimated tax payment
- April 18 – First 2022 estimated tax payment due
- June 15 – Second 2022 estimated tax payment due
- September 15 – Third 2022 estimated tax payment due
Tax Document Dates
- January 31, 2022 – Deadline for employers to file Form W-2s with the IRS, unless filed electronically (e-file deadline March 31)
- January 31, 2022 – Deadline for reporting payments to contract workers on Form 1099-MISC
State Refund Delivery Timetables
|Alabama||Refunds are processed starting March 1 every year.|
|Alaska||No state income tax.|
|Arizona||Begins processing e-filed tax returns in mid-February.|
|Arkansas||Anti-theft measures may result in tax refunds not being issued as quickly as in past years.|
|California||E-Filed returns will take up to 3 weeks. Some tax returns need extra review for accuracy, so extra processing time may be necessary.|
|Colorado||Fraud detection and verification could delay individual income tax refunds up to 60 days beyond the time frames of prior years.|
|Connecticut||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Delaware||Expect 4–6 weeks from filing for your refund to be delivered.|
|Florida||No state income tax.|
|Georgia||Most error-free e-Filed returns are processed within 5 business days of receiving the return. Most refunds are issued within 21 days from the filed date.|
|Hawaii||It will likely take 9–10 weeks after you e-file your tax return.|
|Idaho||e-Filers can expect refunds about 7 to 8 weeks after receiving an acknowledgment that the state has the return.|
|Illinois||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Indiana||Allow 2–3 weeks of processing time for your tax refund.|
|Iowa||The anticipated time frame for refund processing is 30–45 days.|
|Kansas||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Kentucky||Allow 2–3 weeks of processing time for a directly deposited tax refund. Processing of all refunds may be delayed.|
|Louisiana||The expected refund processing time for returns filed electronically is up to 45 days.|
|Maine||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Maryland||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Massachusetts||E-filed returns take up to 6 weeks to process.|
|Michigan||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Minnesota||Every return received is different, so processing time will vary.|
|Mississippi||E-filers should allow 10 business days before calling about a refund. Returns filed early are usually processed more quickly than ones filed closer to the due date.|
|Missouri||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Montana||May take up to 90 days to issue your refund.|
|Nebraska||Please allow a minimum of 30 days to receive your refund if you e-file an error-free return.|
|Nevada||No state income tax.|
|New Jersey||Use the Online Refund Status Service if you e-filed your return at least four weeks ago.|
|New Mexico||E-filed returns claiming a refund are generally processed within 6 to 8 weeks.|
|New York||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|North Carolina||Some refunds may take longer than normal, which is 6 weeks for electronically filed returns.|
|North Dakota||Refunds may take longer than in the past. No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Ohio||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Oklahoma||If your return was filed electronically, please allow 6 weeks to receive your refund.|
|Oregon||Four weeks after the return is filed, the Oregon automated telephone answering system can provide information about the current year income tax refund.|
|Pennsylvania||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|Rhode Island||No specific timeline provided for delivery of tax refunds.|
|South Carolina||Most refunds are issued 6-8 weeks after you file your return.|
|South Dakota||No state income tax.|
|Texas||No state income tax.|
|Utah||Wait 30 days if filed electronically.|
|Vermont||E-Filed returns have an expected timeframe of 6–8 weeks.|
|Virginia||E-Filed returns should get refunds in up to 4 weeks.|
|Washington||No state income tax.|
|West Virginia||Expect significant delay of your tax refund. Call concerning your refund if it has been more than 10 weeks since your refund was filed.|
|Wisconsin||If filed electronically, most refunds are issued in less than 12 weeks.|
|Wyoming||No state income tax.|
|Friday, December 31, 2021*||New Year's Day|
|Monday, January 17||Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|Monday, February 21**||Washington’s Birthday|
|Monday, May 30||Memorial Day|
|Monday, June 20*||Juneteenth National Independence Day|
|Monday, July 4||Independence Day|
|Monday, September 5||Labor Day|
|Monday, October 10||Columbus Day|
|Friday, November 11||Veterans Day|
|Thursday, November 24||Thanksgiving Day|
|Monday, December 26*||Christmas Day|
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