Md. Comptroller extends filing and payment deadline for quarterly estimated taxes

New Tax Deadline July 15th

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Comptroller Peter Franchot announced on Wednesday that individual taxpayers in Maryland who pay estimated quarterly taxes may defer those payments for the first and second quarters of tax year 2022 until Friday, July 15th.

This extension only applies to individuals, not pass-through entities or corporate estimated tax filers. Individual estimated tax filers are encouraged to file electronically.

Last month, Franchot announced that he would extend the individual income tax year 2021 filing and final payment date by three months for Maryland state income taxes to July 15th. Federal individual income taxes are due April 18th.

This is the third consecutive year that Comptroller Franchot has extended filing and payment deadlines for state individual income taxes to assist taxpayers facing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maryland taxpayers do not need to request an extension to receive the three-month grace period, as it will automatically be granted to all resident and nonresident filers. Taxpayers expecting a refund should file as soon as possible.

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