The Internal Revenue Service has granted an extension to victims of the Midwest floods so they will have more time to make their quarterly estimated tax payments.

Over the weekend, the IRS postponed tax-filing and payment deadlines in disaster-area counties in Iowa, Indiana and Wisconsin. Earlier this spring, the IRS provided similar relief to storm victims in parts of Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri and Oklahoma (see IRS Extends Tax Deadline for Flood Victims).

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