The IRS has confirmed that they will begin accepting electronically filed returns on Monday January 29, 2018. However they announced that they will again be delaying any and all tax refunds that include credits for child care or low earned income. Also IRS stated that they will reject all tax returns that is silent regarding household members maintaining health care coverage.
Remember due dates for many tax returns changed last year and IRS and the states are charging (and not waiving) late penalties based on the new schedule.
FBAR-Foreign Bank Account Report-Due April 15
Form 1120S-Small Business Corporation-Due March 15
Form 1120-C Corporation-Due April 15
Form 1065-Partnership-Due April 15
Form 1040-Individual Income Tax Return-Due April 15
The above due dates do not reflect additional time granted for weekends or holidays.