CINDIE Courtesy Reminder:
Business Bank Statements for Bookkeeping DUE 1/5 & Various Tax forms for Tax Return DUE 2/28
2022 S Corporate and Partnership Tax due to IRS/State by March 15, 2023
2022 Corporate, Individual and Trust/Fiduciary Tax Return due by April 15, 2023
2022 Non-profit Tax Return due by May 15, 2023
Business tax deadlines
The key IRS filing dates for your taxes to remember are:
- January 31
- Form 1096/1099 NEC and Form W-2/W3 (Forms 1099-B, 1099-S, and 1099-MISC (if amounts are reported in boxes 8 or 10) due on February 15.
- March 15
- IRS Form 1065 and Schedule K-1 for partnerships and multi-member LLCs
- IRS Form 1120S and Schedule K-1 for S-corporations
- April 15
- Schedule C and your personal tax return for sole proprietorships and LLCs taxed as disregarded entities.
- IRS Form 1120 and Schedule K-1 for C-corporations
- Some states might vary based on the holiday
- The IRS has extended the tax filing deadline if there is state emergency.
You can request an extension up until the day your taxes are due through CINDIE
If the IRS approves your request, you will not pay any penalties if you file by:
- September 15 for partnerships and S-corporations
- October 15 for sole proprietorships, C-corporations and LLCs taxed as disregarded entities
Remember that the extension granted is for filing only and not for your payment responsibilities, so you’ll typically have to pay taxes owed by the original deadline.
Estimated quarterly tax payments
If you’re a sole proprietor, partner, LLC member or independent contractor and pay estimated taxes, quarterly tax payments are due by:
- April 15 for Q1
- June 15 for Q2
- September 15 for Q3
- December 15 for Q4 – C-corporations only
- January 15, following year for Q4
Visit IRS.gov for more information about quarterly estimated tax payments
Reporting quarterly payroll taxes with employees
The IRS requires you to file Form 941 to report the amounts of federal income taxes and other payroll taxes you have been withholding from your employees. Submit the forms by:
- May 2 for Q1
- August 1 for Q2
- October 31 for Q3
- January 31, 2023, for Q4
If you need more information, the IRS has an online calendar featuring a complete listing of tax-related due dates for businesses and self-employed individuals.