HARRISBURG (AP) – Pennsylvania will delay its tax filing deadline from April 15 until May 17, after the Internal Revenue Service said it is delaying the federal tax filing deadline until May 17. The state Department of Revenue said the state’s tax-filing deadline is tied by law to the federal deadline. The move provides more breathing room for taxpayers and the IRS alike to cope with changes brought on by the pandemic. Taxpayers who owe money would not face any further penalties or interest on final 2020 personal income tax returns and payments if they pay by May 17.