IRS Extends Vermont Tax Deadline Due to Flooding

Flooding victims in Vermont now have an extended federal tax deadline. Here’s everything you need to know.

picture of flooding in downtown Montpelier Vermont in July
(Image credit: Getty Images/The Washington Post Contributor)

Following severe flooding in Vermont last week, the IRS has extended tax filing and tax payment deadlines for all Vermont taxpayers directly impacted by the floods. 

  • Although Tax Day 2023 has passed for most taxpayers, eligible Vermonters who requested a tax extension now have more time to file their federal tax returns. 
  • Vermont flooding victims now have until November 15, 2023 to file (and in some cases pay) taxes originally due between July 9 and November 15.

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Katelyn Washington
Former Tax Writer

Katelyn has more than 6 years of experience working in tax and finance. While she specialized in tax content while working at Kiplinger from 2023 to 2024, Katelyn has also written for digital publications on topics including insurance, retirement, and financial planning and had financial advice commissioned by national print publications. She believes knowledge is the key to success and enjoys providing content that educates and informs.