Important Tax Dates
Financial Information that Impacts You
Each year, the IRS has key tax dates for filing tax returns and completing forms. Some dates apply to individuals while others apply to businesses. You can use the below list as a reference guide and feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
January 10 – Employees who work for tips must report their past month’s tips to the employer on the tenth of every month using Form 4070. Total tips must be more than $20 in the previous month to qualify. If the 10th falls on a weekend or bank holiday, the form is due the next business day.
January 15 – Fourth quarter estimated tax payments due for individuals.
January 31 – Deadline for sending out Form W-2 to your employees and to file documents with the IRS. This is also the deadline for submitting 1099s to independent contractors who received payment for the previous calendar year.
March 1 - Deadline for farmers to file taxes if they elect not to make estimated tax payments.
March 15 – Deadline for filing tax returns for S-Corps (Form 1102-S) and for partnerships (Form 1065).
April 15 – Individual income taxes (Form 1040) and corporate (Form 1120) tax returns due. First quarter estimated tax payments due for individuals.
June 15 – Second quarter estimated tax payments due for individuals.
September 15 – Third quarter estimated tax payments due for individuals.
October 15 – Tax filing deadline for corporations and individuals/married couples with an extension. Alert: An extension does not allow for more time to pay taxes. You must pay income taxes by the original date or the IRS will add on interest and penalties.
Note: If a due date falls on a weekend or holiday, it is moved to the next business day.