Vermont Department of Taxes Reminder for April 15, 2024

The Vermont Department of Taxes has issued the following reminder to taxpayers:

The filing and payment deadline for most 2024 filers is around the corner. Below is a list of taxes due on April 15:

  • Uniform Capacity Tax


  • Personal Income Tax Return
  • Homestead Declaration and Property Tax Credit Claim
  • Estimated Income Tax Payment


  • Corporate Income Tax, or Application for Extension of Time to File Vermont Corporate/Business Income Tax Return
  • Quarterly Estimated Payment
  • Nonresident Withholding Estimated Payment, or Composite Filing Estimated Payment (For S-Corporations, Partnerships, and Limited Liability Companies using the calendar year)


  • Cigarette and Tobacco Products Tax

Filing Extensions

If you are granted a federal extension, it automatically applies in Vermont. However, extensions do not apply to Vermont’s Homestead Declaration and Property Tax Credit Claim. An extension to file an income tax return does not extend the time to pay any tax owed. Pay income tax for Tax Year 2023 by April 15, 2024. Income Tax returns filed on extension are due October 15, 2024.

Davis & Hodgdon CPAs is a full-service public accounting firm with the unique ability to offer tax planning, financial and investment planning, and client accounting services under the umbrella of and as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Davis & Hodgdon Advisory Group, a business and financial services firm with locations in Williston and Rutland Vermont. The firm serves its clients by providing progressive, proactive services through expert staff, high-end technology, and unparalleled efficiency.

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