Lawrence, KS – According to the statement, the move brings that state in line with the IRS tax-filing and payment deadline extension.
Kansans who pay a balance due on or before the new deadline will not have a penalty or fee. These extensions are outlined and executed through Kansas Department of Revenue Notice 21-01.
No additional forms are required to benefit from the extension. The due dates for Kansas individuals estimated tax payments has not changed.
For specific questions about a state tax filing, contact the Kansas Taxpayer Assistance Center at 785-368-8222.