An Overview of District of Columbia State Personal Income Tax Extension Forms

- Updated February 21, 2022 - 8.00 AM by Admin, ExpressExtension

Does the District of Columbia support tax extension for personal income tax returns?


Yes, The District of Columbia requires a separate tax extension Form apart from the
federal tax extension Form 4868.

What Form does the state of the District of Columbia require to apply for an extension?


Individuals in the District of Columbia need to file Form FR-127 with the state to obtain a 6-month extension of time to file their personal income tax return with the state D-40.

  • Form FR-127- Request For Extension Of Time For Filing Individual Tax Returns

Note: Make sure to pay any taxes due along with the extension Form to avoid penalties and interest.

When is the deadline to file Form FR-127 with the state of the District of Columbia?


The District of Columbia has extended the deadline to file and pay all income tax returns until May 17.

The actual due date to file District of Columbia State individual tax extension Form FR-127 is April 15 for calendar year filers (15th day of 4th month after the tax year ends).

How do I pay my balance due along with the extension Form?


If you owe District of Columbia state taxes, you must pay your tax due by the regular due date, or you will be charged with penalties and interest.

To avoid payment delays and proper application of payment, you can use the District of Columbia Extension Form FR-127 to submit payments.

You can pay the tax due online or mail your Form using

Mailing Address for filing Extension with the State


Where do I mail the extension Form FR-127?

Office of Tax and Revenue,
PO Box 96018,
Washington, DC 20090-6018