According to the Kansas Department of Revenue, farmers now have until April 15 to file their tax returns and avoid penalties. This follows similar guidance from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS announced that farmers who miss the March 1st deadline will not be penalized if they file and pay before April 15th. Certain forms are still being programmed by the IRS and will not be accepted until further notice.
In addition, many forms continue to be programmed by the IRS causing delays for many taxpayers. We are submitting the returns as soon as the IRS allows to provide the quickest refunds for our clients.