CLOSE The deadline to file your taxes has been extended from April 15 to July 15. USA TODAYLosing track of the calendar is part of everyday life during the coronavirus pandemic. So it wouldn’t be shocking if you didn’t realize that April 15 is right around the corner.And now the good news: This year, April 15, which is Wednesday, isn’t what it used to be, either. It doesn’t matter if you’re sick, quarantined or perfectly healthy but trying to keep others safe by sitting at home, you now have a new one-time July 15 income tax deadline to consider when it comes to filing returns. It’s all part of our new normal. The delay is designed to give a financial break to taxpayers who may be having a hard time making ends meet, as hours are cut and workplaces are closed to combat the spread of the coronavirus.Coronavirus money Q&A: Am I eligible for unemployment if I quit over COVID-19 fears?When are stimulus checks coming?: Money set to roll out to AmericansIf you did not file your federal income tax return or your state income tax return, there is no reason to panic about the traditional April 15 income tax deadline.Most states have extended the filing deadline


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