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U.S.A. Tax Due Dates



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TAX DUE DATES 2019

S-Corporations and Partnerships

Forms 1120S/1065

Due Date: March 15, 2019

Extension Date: September 16, 2019

C-Corporations

Forms 1120

Due Date: April 15, 2019

Extension Date: October 15, 2019

Individuals

Forms 1040 / Sched C

Due Date: April 15, 2019

Extension Date: October 15, 2019


FEDERAL TAX DEADLINES 2019

January 15, 2019

Deadline to pay the fourth quarter estimated tax payment for tax year 2018.

January 31, 2019

Deadline for employers to mail out W-2 Forms to their employees and for businesses to furnish 1099 Forms reporting, among other things, nonemployee compensation, bank interest, dividends, and distributions from a retirement plan.

February 15, 2019

Deadline for financial institutions to mail out Form 1099-B relating to sales of stock, bonds, or mutual funds through a brokerage account, Form 1099-S relating to real estate transactions; and Form 1099-MISC if the sender is reporting payments in boxes 8 or 14.

February 28, 2019

Deadline for businesses to mail Forms 1099 and 1096 to the IRS.

March 15, 2019

Deadline for corporate tax returns (Forms 1120, 1120A, and 1120S) for the year 2018, or to request automatic six-month extension of time to file (Form 7004) for corporations that use the calendar year as their tax year.

Deadline to file partnership tax returns (Form 1065) or to request an automatic five-month extension of time to file (Form 7004)

April 15, 2019

Deadline to file individual tax returns (Form 1040) for the year 2018 or to request an automatic extension (Form 4868). An extension provides an extra six months to file your return. Payment of the tax is still due by April 15. You can submit payment for any taxes you owe along with the extension form.

Last day to make a contribution to traditional IRA, Roth IRA, Health Savings Account, SEP-IRA, or solo 401(k) for the 2018 tax year. You have until October 15 to fund a SEP-IRA or solo 401(k) if you get an extension.

First-quarter estimated tax payments due for the 2019 tax year

Deadline to file estate income tax or trust income tax returns (Form 1041) or to request an automatic five-month extension of time to file (Form 7004)

May 31, 2019

Deadline for financial institutions to send out Form 5498 to report balances in an individual retirement account

June 17, 2019

Second-quarter estimated tax payments due for the 2018 tax year.

June 17, 2019

Deadline for U.S. citizens living abroad to file individual tax returns or file Form 4868 for an automatic 4-month extension.

September 16, 2019

Third-quarter estimated tax payments due for the 2019 tax year

Final deadline to file corporate tax returns for the year 2018 if an extension was requested. (Forms 1120, 1120A, 1120S)

October 1, 2019

Deadline for self-employed persons or small employers to establish a SIMPLE-IRA.

October 15, 2019

Final extended deadline to file individual tax returns for the year 2018 (Form 1040)

Last day the IRS will accept an electronically filed tax return for the year 2018. If you're filing after this date, you'll have to mail in your tax return for processing.

Final deadline to fund a SEP-IRA or solo 401(k) for tax year 2018 if you requested an automatic extension of time to file.

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Did you know that?


Currently, six states – Nevada, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyomingdo not have a corporate income tax. However, four of those states – Nevada, Ohio, Texas, and Washington – do have some form of gross receipts tax on corporations. Moreover, five of those states – Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming – as well as Alaska and Florida currently have no personal income tax. Individuals in New Hampshire and Tennessee are only taxed on interest and dividend income.
Four states - Oregon, New Hampshire, Montana and Delaware - have no state or local sales taxes.
Alaska has no state sales tax but does have some local sales taxes. Hawaii has a general excise tax (GET) that is very similar to a sales tax (though at 4.35% it would be the lowest sales tax in the U.S.). In the remaining states, total state and average local tax rates range from 5.43% to 9.45%. Tennessee has the highest sales tax rates in the U.S.