Some of the deadlines for tax season have already passed in this year. Although there are still a few important dates to come, especially for those with extensions. The most important date to keep in mind is April 18th, this is tax day. It’s when C-corps, individuals, and LLC’s alike have their filing due.
This is also the date that extensions are due. These set a six month time period to get the documents needed to file in order. Although even before tax day there is one important date to remember. March 31st is the deadline for eFiling of 1097-99’s. It’s also the deadline for payout information returns.
Following tax day, extensions for filing the elections and returns for partnerships and S-corp are due on September 15th. This is also the due date for Q3 estimated payments. These payments are due quarterly for any profitable corporation. Q1 is due on tax day, Q2 on June 15th, and Q4 January 17th. And excluding any highly specific deadlines, these are the dates to consider. When it comes to tax deadlines, taxes aren’t too complex, what’s important is to be organized when they arrive.