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Visit our News section for up-to-date information regarding the most pertinent tax laws, regulations and procedures that effect you and your business.

Visit our News section for up-to-date information regarding the most pertinent tax laws, regulations and procedures that effect you and your business.

Important Due Dates

To the right you will find a comprehensive list of due dates and deadlines for an average calendar year. These dates are subject to change in cases of national emergencies.

Individuals

January 15: 4th quarter estimated tax payment due date

April 15: Individual tax filing deadline and FinCen114 (formerly FBAR) filing due; 1st quarter estimated tax payment due date

June 15: 2nd quarter estimated tax payment due date

September 15: 3rd quarter estimated tax payment due date

October 15: Individual tax and FinCen114 filing deadline (extended due date)

Entities

January 31: 4th quarter payroll tax returns due; distribute employee W-2s; 1099-MISC filing deadline

February 28: Non-1099-MISC paper filing deadline

March 15: S-corporation and partnership (Form 1065) tax returns due

March 31: Non-1099-MISC electronic filing deadline

April 15: Calendar-year corporation, fiduciary, annual sales and use tax returns due

April 30: 1st quarter payroll tax returns due

May 7: Form 571-L due

May 15: Exempt organization tax returns due

July 31: 2nd quarter payroll tax returns due

September 15: Calendar-year corporation, S-corporation, and partnership tax returns due (extended due date)

September 30: Fiduciary tax returns due (extended due date)

October 31: 3rd quarter payroll tax returns due

**Annual Statement of Information filings for the California Secretary of State are due according to your incorporation date. The due date is the last day of the month the corporation was registered in California.**

Tax Forms

Links to some of the most commonly used tax forms for businesses and individuals. Some are for reference only, so please contact a team member for more information.

Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, is the key element of E-Verify’s web-based employment eligibility verification. This verification confirms an employee’s eligibility to work in the United States.

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Form W-4 is completed by employees and given to their employer so their employer can withhold the correct federal income tax from the employee’s pay.

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Use Form W-9 to provide your correct Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to the person who is required to file an information return with the IRS to report

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