Victims of Hurricane Idalia now have until February 15, 2024, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. Latest Updates GA-2023-02, IRS announces tax relief for taxpayers impacted by Hurricane Idalia in parts of Georgia IR-2023-168, IRS: Georgia taxpayers impacted by Idalia qualify for tax relief; Oct. 16 deadline, other dates postponed to Feb. 15 IR-2023-163, IRS: South Carolina taxpayers impacted by Idalia qualify for tax relief; Oct. 16 deadline, other dates postponed to Feb. 15 FL-2023-06, IRS announces tax relief for those impacted by Idalia in Florida IR-2023-159, IRS: Those impacted by Idalia qualify for tax relief; Oct. 16 deadline, other dates postponed to Feb. 15 The tax relief is part of a coordinated federal response to the damage caused by Hurricane Idalia and is based on local damage assessments by FEMA. For information on disaster recovery, visit DisasterAssistance.gov. Other Information for Hurricane Idalia FEMA — Works with federal, state, local tribal and non-governmental partners to support the response across multiple states. FEMA.gov/hurricane-idalia USA.gov — Lists all the government-wide information related to Hurricane Ian activities. USA.gov/hurricane-idalia Tax Relief in Disaster Situations Resources Reconstructing Records After a Natural Disaster or Casualty Loss — Reconstructing records after a disaster may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance or insurance reimbursement. Records that you need to prove your loss may have been damaged or destroyed. Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief — IRS information for individuals and businesses. Disaster Relief Resources for Tax Professionals — Resources and assistance to members of the impacted payroll and practitioner community.