Today's Tax Deadline: September 16th!

The following tax returns are due today:

  • Corporations: Form 1120 for fiscal year filers whose year-end is June 30.

The following extended tax returns are due today:

  • Partnerships: Form 1065.

  • S-corporations: Form 1120S.

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your extended due date is different.

For partnerships and S-corporations that are fiscal year filers, the extended due date is six months following the original due date.

The following common tax forms are due today:

  • Individuals: Form 1040-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (3rd quarter 2019).

  • Trusts: Form 1041-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (3rd quarter 2019).

Please note that any state estimated tax payments may be due on a different date, and that filing deadlines may differ for fiscal year filers.


September 16th Tax Deadline Approaching

The following tax returns are due on September 16, 2019:

  • Corporations: Form 1120 for fiscal year filers whose year-end is June 30.

The following extended tax returns are due on September 16, 2019:

  • Partnerships: Form 1065.

  • S-corporations: Form 1120S.

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your extended due date is different.

For partnerships and S-corporations that are fiscal year filers, the extended due date is six months following the original due date.

The following common tax forms are due September 16, 2019:

  • Individuals: Form 1040-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (3rd quarter 2019).

  • Trusts: Form 1041-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (3rd quarter 2019).

Please note that any state estimated tax payments may be due on a different date, and that filing deadlines may differ for fiscal year filers.


Today's Tax Deadline: July 31st!

The following tax returns are due today:

  • Employee Benefit Plans: Form 5500 series (or Form 5558 for a 3-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For employee benefit plans that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the last day of the 7th month following the close of the tax year.


July 31st Tax Deadline Approaching

The following tax returns are due on July 31, 2019:

  • Employee Benefit Plans: Form 5500 series (or Form 5558 for a 3-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For employee benefit plans that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the last day of the 7th month following the close of the tax year.


Today's Tax Deadline: May 15th!

The following tax returns are due today:

  • Exempt Organizations: Form 990 series (or Form 8868 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For exempt organizations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 5th month following the close of the tax year.


May 15th Tax Deadline Approaching

The following tax returns are due on May 15, 2019:

  • Exempt Organizations: Form 990 series (or Form 8868 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For exempt organizations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 5th month following the close of the tax year.


Today's Tax Deadline: April 15th!

The following tax returns are due today:

  • Individuals: Form 1040 (or Form 4868 for a 6-month extension).

  • Trusts: Form 1041 (or Form 7004 for a 5½-month extension).

  • Corporations: Form 1120 (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For trusts that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 4th month following the close of the tax year.

For corporations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 4th month following the close of the tax year, UNLESS the year-end is June 30th, in which case the due date is September 15th.

The following common tax forms are also due today:

  • Form 1040-ES or 1041-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (1st quarter 2019). Please note that any state estimated tax payments may be due on a different date, and that filing deadlines may differ for fiscal year filers.

  • Form 709: Gift Tax Return. If you extend your federal return, your gift tax return is automatically extended. If you do not extend your federal return, you may file Form 8892 for a 6-month extension on your gift tax return.

  • FinCEN Form 114: Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts. An automatic extension is available with no request for an extension required.


April 15th Tax Deadline Approaching

The following tax returns are due on April 15, 2019:

  • Individuals: Form 1040 (or Form 4868 for a 6-month extension).

  • Trusts: Form 1041 (or Form 7004 for a 5½-month extension).

  • Corporations: Form 1120 (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For trusts that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 4th month following the close of the tax year.

For corporations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 4th month following the close of the tax year, UNLESS the year-end is June 30th, in which case the due date is September 15th.

The following common tax forms are also due on April 15, 2019:

  • Form 1040-ES or 1041-ES, Federal Estimated Tax Voucher (1st quarter 2019). Please note that any state estimated tax payments may be due on a different date, and that filing deadlines may differ for fiscal year filers.

  • Form 709: Gift Tax Return. If you extend your federal return, your gift tax return is automatically extended. If you do not extend your federal return, you may file Form 8892 for a 6-month extension on your gift tax return.

  • FinCEN Form 114: Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts. An automatic extension is available with no request for an extension required.


Today's Tax Deadline: March 15th!

The following tax returns are due today:

  • Partnerships: Form 1065 (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

  • S-corporations: Form 1120S (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For partnerships and S-corporations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 3rd month following the close of the tax year.


March 15th Tax Deadline Approaching

The following tax returns are due on March 15, 2019:

  • Partnerships: Form 1065 (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

  • S-corporations: Form 1120S (or Form 7004 for a 6-month extension).

Please note that this applies to calendar year filers only. If your year end is not December 31st, you are a fiscal year filer and your due date is different.

For partnerships and S-corporations that are fiscal year filers, the due date is the 15th day of the 3rd month following the close of the tax year.