Harrisburg is joining the federal and state governments in extending its tax-filing deadline to mid-July.
The city announced its decision today to postpone the deadline for filing 2019 local tax returns until July 15. In addition, the deadline for filing first-quarter estimated taxes has been extended to July 15.
Typically, the annual deadline for filing federal, state and local tax returns is April 15. However, those deadlines have now been extended by three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harrisburg business mercantile tax filing and payment is also extended until July 15, the city said today. This includes the first quarter 2020 estimated payment.