March 13, 2017
As you may be aware, the due date of certain income tax returns has changed starting with the entity’s 2016 return. Partnership returns are now due on March 15th. Because of the earlier due date, we’ve extended many returns that will be completed in the coming month and filed by their previous due date in mid- April.
Oregon’s due date follows the Federal due date, and as such, the $150 Oregon payment is now due March 15th rather than in April. Oregon payments not made by March 15th may have penalties and/or interest added to them when the extended return is filed.
If you would like us to mail your check for you, please come by our office and drop off a $150 check made payable to the Oregon Department of Revenue before 1:00 pm on Wednesday, March 15th.
If you’d like to download your voucher from your portal and mail it yourself, call our office at 541-388-7888 and we will upload the voucher for you.
The address to send the voucher to is:
Oregon Department of Revenue
PO Box 14260
Salem, OR 97309-5060
Please call the office if you have any questions.
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Period of Limitations: