Important Tax Date throughout the year

Dated: 02/28/2019

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Jan. 15, 2019: Your quarterly estimated tax deadline for Q4 2018 is due on this date. Not sure what to do? Read our guide to quarterly estimated taxes.

Jan. 31, 2019: Today your form 1099-MISC is due to the IRS. Find out how to prepare a 1099-MISC form to send to contractors.

Feb. 15, 2019: Today is the last day to get form 1099-MISC to your contractors. 

March 15, 2019: If your business is set up as an S-corporation or a partnership, your corporate income tax return is due today. Yes, that’s a full month before the deadline for personal income tax returns and returns for businesses that are set up as sole-proprietorships or LLCs!

If your business is a partnership the IRS requires you to file form 1065.

If your business is an S-corp, the IRS requires that you file form 1120-S.

Fittingly, this is also the final day for businesses set up as partnerships or S-corps to request a
six-month tax extension. Find out more about requesting a tax filing extension here.

Pro tip: Keep in mind that an extension allows you extra time to file, but does not extend the time you have to actually pay your income tax.

April 15, 2019: 

Aka “Income Tax Day.” If your business is a sole proprietorship or LLC, your income taxes are due today. File your Form 10401040-A or 1040-EZ today, and pay any additional taxes you might owe that you didn’t pay in quarterly estimated taxes.

If your business is set up as a C-corporation your income tax is also due today. The IRS requires that you file Form 1120.

Q1 2019 quarterly estimated taxes are also due on April 15.

And last but not least, today is also the final day to request a six-month tax extension on your time to file your income tax return.

June 17, 2019: 

Today is the deadline to pay Q2 2019 quarterly estimated taxes.

Sept. 16, 2019: Today is the deadline to pay Q3 2019 quarterly estimated taxes.

This is also the income tax filing deadline for partnerships and S-corps that requested a six-month income tax filing extension.

Oct. 15, 2019: This is the last day for everyone who files business sales tax as an individual (sole proprietorships, LLCs, etc.) and C-corps that requested a six-month tax filing extension to file income tax.

Jan. 15, 2020: Today is the deadline to pay Q4 2019 quarterly estimated taxes


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