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Florida residents and business owners affected by Hurricane Ian will have extra time to file their tax returns. The IRS said returns due in mid-October, including individual tax returns for 2021 where taxpayers received the automatic six-month extension, are now due February 15th 2023. Throughout Florida, the IRS also delayed quarterly estimated tax payments due in January along with payroll- and excise-tax returns due in October and January. All will now be due February 15th.Full Issue