April 15 may be in your rear view mirror, but your business still has tax-related obligations throughout the year. Don’t let these dates sneak up on you unexpectedly. Know what you need to file and when for the upcoming year:
June 17, 2019: Q3 Estimated Quarterly Income Tax Payments Due
If your business pays estimated quarterly taxes, and these payments were prepared along with your Simma Flottemesch & Orenstein tax return, this is the deadline for your Quarter 2 payment.
September 16, 2019: Q3 Estimated Quarterly Income Tax Payments Due
Time to make your Quarter 3 payment.
September 16, 2019: S-Corp and Partnership Extension Deadline
Did you receive an extension for your S-Corp or partnership tax return? Then this is your deadline for submitting the return and payment.
October 15, 2019: Extension Deadline for Individuals, Sole Proprietors, LLCs and Corporations
This is the deadline for submitting your return and payment for any extended individual, sole proprietor, LLC or C-Corp tax returns.
December 31, 2019: 401(k) Deadline
January 15, 2020: Q4 Estimated Quarterly Income Tax Payments Due
The taxes that were estimated for Quarter 4 are due in mid-January.
January 31, 2020: 1099 and W-2 Mailing Deadline
For your traditional employees, you must get their W-2 forms in the mail by the end of January. Any 1099s for contractors you worked with during 2019 must be postmarked by January 31 as well.
March 16, 2020: S-Corp and Partnership Tax Return Deadline
S-Corps and partnerships must file their 2019 tax return and submit payment by March 16, a month before the individual return deadline.
April 15, 2020:
- Tax filing deadline for individual, sole proprietor, LLC and C-Corp returns
- Q1 estimated quarterly income tax payments due
- Simple Employee Pension (SEP) contribution deadline
- IRA contribution deadline, for both traditional and Roth IRA accounts