Illinois is set to begin filing its 2018 tax return on April 18, but if you want to file for 2018, it may be best to wait until then to do so.
The deadline for filing a federal income tax return is April 15.
You can file your return by April 15 and file it electronically using a federal electronic filing system.
If you are filing a return using a non-federal electronic filing method, the deadline to file is April 16.
The deadline for a return filed using a Federal electronic filing device is April 17.
If you do not have time to file a return, you may be able to file it online using a tax preparer or the IRS website.
If filing using a IRS website is not an option for you, you can also file your federal return online using TurboTax or another tax prepareter, such as the One-Time File, or by calling 1-800-927-1040.
The filing deadline to take advantage of the one-time filing deadline is April 23.
If filing electronically, you should file your returns by April 30, or else you will be assessed a penalty for not filing your return.
You will need to provide documentation from your employers, employers and your children or other dependents, such to prove the filing date.
If your income is under $1,000,000 you can file for income tax and you will not have to pay the income and withholding taxes.
If, however, your income exceeds $1.5 million, you will have to file your tax return with your income tax form, as well as with the withholding and estate tax.
If your income exceeded $2 million, however you will pay these taxes.
For more information about filing your tax returns, visit the IRS web site.
You can also find out if your state or territory has a filing deadline, or if your filing date is changed.
If this information has changed, the last date to file or file your 2018 return is March 31.