To manage the economic challenges induced by COVID-19, governments around the world are announcing measures and stimulus packages to boost economies and minimize cashflow problems to its people. Amongst these tax and economic measures, many countries are extending the personal income tax return filing due dates and tax payment deadlines.
Human Resource Managers who support employees in many jurisdictions are struggling to keep up with this constantly evolving tax landscape. To ease some of their burden, and bring structure in chaos, Crowe experts collated a summary of tax deadlines applicable to individual taxpayers in their host country. They have also captured implemented changes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
During this time information is fluid and changing daily, if not hourly. This information is current as of March 19, 2020. These deadlines, extensions, and other parameters are subject to various conditions. This chart is to provide you with a starting point. Contact your Crowe advisor for further details.
Find further details on tax filing changes in select countries here.
30-Apr-20 (if no filing via tax advisor and no electronic filing)
30-Jun-20 (if no filing via tax advisor and electronic filing)
30-Apr-20 - all individuals other than self employed
15-Jun-20 - self employed individuals
Unico Model tax form (for taxpayers receiving income from business, are self-employed and VAT holders or receiving other types of income not included in 730 model) - 30-Nov-20
730 Model (for employees, who have no other income, but their salary and retired persons) - 23-Jul-20
Apr 30 (Resident and non resident individuals who do not carry on business)
Jun 30 (Resident individuals who carry on business)