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Consistent with the tax relief
announced by the IRS, the SCDOR is providing filing and payment relief to taxpayers affected by Hurricane Ian. Due dates for certain South Carolina Income Tax returns and payments due between September 25, 2022 and February 15, 2023 are now due February 15, 2023.
The tax relief is offered statewide and is not limited to certain counties. All affected South Carolina residents and businesses are eligible, including if your tax records or tax preparer is located in South Carolina and if you are a relief worker.
The following returns and payments are now due
February 15, 2023:
This relief does not apply to current collection matters under any payment plan previously entered into with the SCDOR.
Submit your payment and return as you normally would. No additional action is required to qualify for the relief.
The South Carolina Department of Revenue is issuing close to one billion dollars in
tax rebates to eligible taxpayers. Originally, a taxpayer must have filed their 2021 SC Individual Income Tax return by October 17, 2022 to be eligible. With that deadline now extended until February 15, 2023, extension filers are still eligible, but when they file will impact when they receive their rebate:
Learn more about the rebate at
dor.sc.gov/rebate-2022 and in
Information Letter 22-18 (revised).
South Carolinians know that a severe weather emergency or other natural disaster can happen at any time, sometimes without warning. While you can’t always know when a weather-related disaster will occur, you can be ready for the challenges you’ll face by preparing ahead of time. When an emergency occurs, this page will help you to learn more about existing South Carolina tax relief related to state or national emergencies, and find tax tips for preparing for natural disaster or other severe weather emergencies.
Don't choose your safe storage spot only out of convenience – if a disaster strikes your home or business, it will likely affect the surrounding area.
Create detailed emergency plans now, communicate them to your family and employees, and update the plans regularly.