1040-IN: Schedule IT-2210 - Farmer due date

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Typically, taxpayers must make periodic payments throughout the year toward the tax that they will owe. However, farmers are allowed an exception to this. Specifically, if a farmer files the return by the farmer due date and pays all tax owed by that date, the taxpayer will be excused from any underpayment penalty calculated by Schedule IT-2210. Typically, the farmer due date is March 1 or the first business day thereafter if March 1 falls on a weekend or holiday.

On Screen INPen, enter the current-year and prior-year income attributable to farming, as well as the date filed. If the date is on or before the farmer due date and at least 2/3 of the income is attributable to farming, the exception for Schedule IT-2210 is generated.

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