Californians Received Another IRS Tax Deadline Letter

The IRS sent letters last year to millions of California residents who were impacted by severe weather about when their taxes are due.

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The IRS, after confusing millions of California taxpayers with tax balance-due notices in May and June of last year, sent follow-up letters to people in states that received extra time to file their 2022 federal income tax returns due to severe weather events.

The new IRS mailing went to many California residents and taxpayers in designated disaster areas in other states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. As Kiplinger reported, taxpayers in IRS-designated areas received extended IRS tax deadlines for the 2022 tax year due to tornados, flooding, and other natural disasters.

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Kelley R. Taylor
Senior Tax Editor,

As the senior tax editor at, Kelley R. Taylor simplifies federal and state tax information, news, and developments to help empower readers. Kelley has over two decades of experience advising on and covering education, law, finance, and tax as a corporate attorney and business journalist.