South Carolina Tax Relief Following Tropical Storm Idalia

The IRS has granted tax deadline relief to South Carolina taxpayers impacted by Tropical Storm Idalia. Here’s everything you should know.

CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA USA AUGUST 31 Officers and citizens try to recover from hurricane Idalia as they clean up in the morning after an overnight storm that flooded some areas in Charleston SC United States on August 31 2023 Photo by Peter ZayAnadolu Agency via Getty Images
(Image credit: Anadolu Agency / Contributor via Getty Images)

Following Tropical Storm Idalia, the IRS has granted tax relief to South Carolina residents impacted by the storm. The relief includes certain extended federal tax filing and payment deadlines. Some state tax filing and payment deadlines have also been extended. The tax deadline extension for South Carolina follows several other storm-related tax extensions, including a Florida tax deadline extension following Hurricane Idalia.

Tropical Storm Idalia hit South Carolina on Aug. 30 and brought with it severe flooding. Water levels reached more than nine feet in areas of Charleston, and more than 30,000 South Carolina residents were still left without power the day after the storm.

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Katelyn Washington
Tax Writer

Katelyn has more than 6 years’ experience working in tax and finance. While she specializes in tax content, Katelyn has also written for digital publications on topics including insurance, retirement and financial planning and has had financial advice commissioned by national print publications. She believes that knowledge is the key to success and enjoys helping others reach their goals by providing content that educates and informs.