Time is running out if you haven't filed your 2019 federal tax return yet. While this year's "Tax Day" was pushed back from April 15 to July 15 to give people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic more time to file a Form 1040, the day of reckoning is almost here. But filing your federal tax return isn't the only thing you should be thinking about on July 15 – it's an important date on this year's tax calendar for plenty of other reasons, too.
You might have to take some action by July 15 if you're saving for retirement or college, have a health savings account, or receive self-employment income. There are other reasons why you might have a tax-related deadline on that day, too. And, of course, overlooking a due date could cost you money – either in additional taxes, penalties, or interest. So, as a quick reminder, here are 12 tax deadlines for July 15 that you don't want to miss. Check them out to see if something unexpected applies to you.