Barry's Accounting Services, Corp.
1852 Flatbush Avenue - 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11210
(718) 677-4006
E-mail:
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Tax Filing Deadlines

Deadline or due date is the date on which the tax returns must be in the government office. Individuals and businesses who have sales tax certificates must file the tax returns and pay the tax that they have collected on the due date. Businesses are also required to file tax returns if they did not have income/sales and did not collect any sales tax.


Quarterly Sales & Use Tax
Individuals who have sale tax certificates must file the tax returns and pay the tax that they have collected on the due date. They are also required to file the tax returns if they did not collect any sales tax.

1st Quarter, December 1 – February 28 (Due Mar 15)
2nd Quarter, March 1 – May 31 (Due June 15)
3rd Quarter, June 1 – August 31 (Due Sept. 15)
4th Quarter, September 1 – November 30 (Due Dec. 15)


Quarterly Estimated Income Tax for Individuals
Individuals whose income taxes or additional income taxes will not be withheld by their employers are required to pay quarterly estimated income tax by the due date.

1st Quarter - due April 15
2nd Quarter - due June 15
3rd Quarter - due September 15
4th Quarter - due January 15


Individual, Sole Proprietorship, LLC, and Partnership Tax Returns
End of year tax returns due date - April 15


End-of-Year Business Tax Returns
Forms 940, 941, W2, 1099 – due January 15
Calendar Year: S corporation and C corporation returns - due March 15
Fiscal Year: C corporation returns - due 2½ months after the close of the tax year
Foreign Corporations: Returns due - 2½ months after the close of the tax year



Estate and Gift Tax Returns
Estate and Gift tax returns are due – April 15
Estate tax return is due – 9 months after the death of a decedent


** For details, contact the IRS or the taxing authorities in your state **

 

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