As an AI language model, I don't have access to future events or policies. However, I can provide you with general information on tax extensions in California.
In California, taxpayers can request an extension of time to file their state income tax return. This extension allows them to file their tax return up to six months later than the original due date, without incurring any late-filing penalties.
To request a tax extension, taxpayers must file Form FTB 3519 by the original due date of their tax return. The form can be filed electronically through the Franchise Tax Board's (FTB) website or by mail. The extension is automatically granted once the form is filed, as long as any estimated tax owed is paid by the original due date.
It's important to note that an extension of time to file does not extend the time to pay any tax due. Taxpayers must estimate their tax liability and pay at least 90% of the amount due by the original due date to avoid late-payment penalties and interest.
Again, please note that any information about tax extensions in 2023 is not available at this time, as tax policies and regulations are subject to change based on various factors, such as economic conditions, political decisions, and other factors that may affect the tax system.