IRS Tax Deadlines Extended for Wildfire Victims in Tehama and Trinity Counties

On August 24, the White House approved a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for the Dixie and River wildfires that began July 14. Victims of the wildfires were granted until November 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments.
IRS announced on Wednesday that individuals and households affected by the wildfires who reside or have a business in Tehama and Trinity Counties also qualify for tax relief.
Individuals in these counties, who have a valid extension to file their 2020 returns by October 15, will now have until November 15, 2021 to file. Read the updated IRS news release here.
In its September 9 news release, FTB noted that it automatically conforms to IRS postponement periods for presidentially declared disasters, and that any counties added later to the disaster area will be granted the same extension of time to file. At the time of this writing, FTB has confirmed with CSEA that it is working on updating its website information regarding the filing extension for Tehama and Trinity Counties.