General tax filing questions
Find answers to common tax-filing questions for your taxable and retirement accounts.
The IRS postponed from April 15, 2021, until May 17, 2021, the deadline for individual taxpayers to file a 2020 Federal income tax return and to pay 2020 Federal income tax due. The IRS has also extended the deadline to make 2020 contributions to a traditional or Roth IRA until May 17, 2021. For residents of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, the filing, payment and contribution deadlines have been extended to June 15, 2021 due to the winter storms in February. For more details and updates visit Coronavirus Tax Relief and Tax Relief in Disaster Situations on the IRS website (www.irs.gov).
For information about Economic Impact Payments in 2020, visit Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments on the Internal Revenue Service website.
Taxable brokerage account income questions
Information about income on tax forms, Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) and taxation of Social Security benefits.
Retirement account activity questions
Information about retirement account activity reported on tax forms, rollovers, direct transfers and qualified charitable distributions (QCD).
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