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This extension applies to the filing and paying of your son's income taxes that would have been due April 15. Do the deadline extension provisions apply to my husband who is in the United States? The deadline extension provisions apply not only to members serving in the U. Armed Forces (or individuals serving in support thereof) in the combat zone, but to their spouses as well, with two exceptions.
In addition to the 180 days, his extension period will include the 46 days that were left before the April 15th deadline when he entered the combat zone. First, if you are hospitalized in the United States as a result of injuries received while serving in a combat zone, the deadline extension provisions would not apply to your husband.
You will have a 222-day period (180 days plus the 42 days that remained before April 15, 2003) to file and pay your 2002 taxes. However, the provision only applies to employment and excise tax returns of individual, sole-proprietors (generally Schedule C filers) in a combat zone.
This extension period would have expired on March 14, 2003 -- 195 days from September 1, 2002 (my first day out of the combat zone in Afghanistan).
When filing your children’s individual income tax returns, put "COMBAT ZONE" in red at the top of those returns. During the year, a child care provider took care of our children in our home.
Because your older child is entitled to a refund, she may want to file her income tax return and obtain her refund without regard to the extension. We are required to file a Schedule H, Household Employment Taxes, as an attachment to our joint income tax return to report the employment taxes on wages we paid to our child care provider.
I believe only my former spouse should be held liable for the tax.
I understand that I may file Form 8857, Request for Innocent Spouse Relief, within 2 years of the first collection activity against me by the IRS. Do the deadline extensions apply to the filing of Form 8857? In addition to deadlines for filing and paying taxes, there are various time-sensitive acts for which performance may be postponed because of combat zone service.
Even though Armed Forces Day falls on Saturday, May 16, 2020, it is a working day.