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15th October 2021 – Next US Tax Filing Deadline Reminder

Dear TAH/USTAX4EXPATS Clients/US tax return filers,

We hope you all managed to enjoy the summer, even if it has been a bit of an unusual one with travel restrictions, PCR test for international holidays or good family time with staycations and life is slowly heading back to normal mode. Amidst all of these do not forget to file your US 1040 Federal tax return in time.

In this article, we want to remind you of the next tax return filing deadline which is 15th October 2021 for all US 1040 tax return filers who have filed extension is April or June 2021 with completion of Form 4868. If you are still struggling to gather all the information required to file the 1040/1040NR tax return by 15th October and if you are residing outside of the United States request your US tax team preparer to file an additional extension until 15th Dec 2021.

When is the next FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Reporting) filing deadline date?

The FBAR is an annual report, due April 15 following the calendar year reported.

You’re allowed an automatic extension to October 15 if you fail to meet the FBAR annual due date of April 15. For more information FBAR filing click here FBAR filing Requirements and Penalties.

If you are Self preparing tax return for the 2020 tax year, watch out for there recovery rebate claim.

The recovery rebate credit was introduced for the 2020 tax return filers who missed out to claim the 1st and 2nd economic impact payment checks, For more information on Recovery Rebate Eligibility Click Here

If you have filed your 1040/1040NR tax return in time and still waiting for the refund claim, what’s is the next step?

The 2020 tax year has been a challenging year for the IRS team with more US citizens filing tax returns to claim back recovery rebates, postal delays for paper filing with the significant backlog, and delays in ITIN application approval and Refund processing delays, Click here for options to chase your refund due status.

To which mailing address should you send your 1040/1040NR tax return if you have tax due to pay?



P.O. BOX 1303

CHARLOTTE, NC 28201-1303


To which mailing address should you send your 1040/1040NR tax return if you are expecting a refund due from IRS?



AUSTIN, TX 73301-0215


We are one of the IRS Enrolled Agent with many years of experience in US 1040/1040NR personal tax compliance reporting and Fatca Compliance FBAR Reporting, We are happy to assist our clients in a timely, efficient, and cost-effective way.

Click here to contact us if you have any queries

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