Federal and State Tax Filing Deadline Delayed

STILLWATER, Okla. – Even working under a tight calendar, farmers and ranchers are used to making quick financial decisions when conditions are right. Plant between thunderstorms? Take advantage of an equipment sale? When the federal and state governments recently announced tax deadlines were pushed back, producers were presented with a similar question: File now or later? Does a typically dark cloud actually have a silver lining this time? Oklahomans usually scramble to get their taxes filed by the April 15 deadline. However, the IRS deadline for 2020 tax returns has been extended to May 17. The Oklahoma Tax Commission issued…

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