Due to the importance, Partner Support is sharing a FINAL reminder to be sure and resubmit any TY2021 1040 returns that were rejected after the Monday, April 18 filing deadline before the IRS rejection grace period of five calendar days is up to ensure the returns are considered timely filed. Please refer to our most recent repeat reminder communication below for details, including instructions on how to identify rejected returns in the software program.
(Repeat) Partner Communication Sent Monday, April 19:
Following yesterday’s 1040 filing deadline and as an important reminder to earlier communications, Partner Support is again reminding you of the filing deadlines for resubmitting rejected returns. We are also sharing today’s IRS news release, “Taxpayers Who Owe and Missed the April 18 Filing Deadline Should File Now to Limit Penalties and Interest; Not Too Late to Claim the Child Tax Credit for 2021″.
Repeat – Rejected Returns Processing Instructions and Deadlines:
If you received a rejection for an e-filed return, you typically have 5 calendar days to correct the reject and resubmit for the return to be considered timely filed. Refer to table below.
- Rejected Returns (Rejected AFTER Midnight, Monday – April 18)
Note (1) – If the return was rejected before the April 18 due date, it must have been resubmitted on or before the due date to be considered timely filed.
How To Identify Rejects in the Desktop Program:
To easily identify if you have Federal and/or State Rejects, simply go to the Work In Progress Screen (WIP) > Exceptions / Rejects section and select the applicable line item as shown below.
Note: If you have rejects, the count is displayed on screen.
IR-2022-91, April 19, 2022 | Español
Taxpayers Who Owe and Missed the April 18 Filing Deadline Should File Now to Limit Penalties and Interest; Not Too Late to Claim the Child Tax Credit for 2021
Excerpt Provided Below – Click on News Release link above to read in it’s entirety.
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service encourages taxpayers who missed Monday’s April 18 tax-filing deadline to file as soon as possible. While taxpayers due a refund receive no penalty for filing late, those who owe and missed the deadline without requesting an extension should file quickly to limit penalties and interest.
Families who don’t owe taxes to the IRS can still file their 2021 tax return and claim the Child Tax Credit for the 2021 tax year at any point until April 15, 2025, without any penalty. This year also marks the first time in history that many families with children in Puerto Rico will be eligible to claim the Child Tax Credit, which has been expanded to provide up to $3,600 per child.
Some taxpayers automatically qualify for extra time to file and pay taxes due without penalties and interest, including:
File without penalty to get a tax refund
File to reduce penalties and interest
Individual State Tax Return Extensions:
For more information about deadlines for State returns, extension requirements and penalties, contact and/or refer to the specific state website.
Please reach out to us if you should need further assistance.
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