Tax Year 2022
The IRS has announced that it will begin accepting income tax returns related to tax year 2022 beginning Monday, January 23, 2023. The due date for returns and tax payments is April 18, 2023.
By Vermont law, the Vermont personal income tax filing season schedule follows the federal calendar. This means taxpayers can file their 2022 personal income tax return, and pay any tax owed, by April 18, 2023, without any penalties or interest. If a taxpayer is expecting a refund, they are still encouraged to make sure that they have all of their necessary tax information before filing in order to make filing easier and to get their refund as soon as possible. Filing electronically and selecting direct deposit for your refund will also help get your refund to you quickly.
Fiduciary Tax, Homestead Declarations and Property Tax Credit Claims are also due on April 18.
What You Need to Know to File This Year
On January 19, 2023, Commissioner Bolio joined WCAX for an interview about the 2022 Tax Season and what you can do to prepare.
“There’s a lot new this year and folks should be on the lookout for that. a lot of expanded credits and deductions and new credits part of Act 138 -- a tax reduction package the Legislature passed and the governor signed,” Bolio said.
See the full interview on WCAX.