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Tax Deadlines to know about!

Here's a list of common tax deadlines in the United States. Please note that these dates can vary depending on individual circumstances and specific tax situations. It's always recommended to consult with a tax professional or refer to official tax resources for the most accurate and up-to-date information.


1. Individual Income Tax Deadlines:

- April 15th: Deadline for filing federal income tax returns (for most individuals).

- October 15th: Deadline for filing federal income tax returns with an approved extension.


2. Estimated Tax Deadlines (for self-employed individuals, freelancers, and those with significant investment income):

- April 15th: Deadline for the first quarterly installment of estimated tax payments.

- June 15th: Deadline for the second quarterly installment of estimated tax payments.

- September 15th: Deadline for the third quarterly installment of estimated tax payments.

- January 15th of the following year: Deadline for the fourth quarterly installment of estimated tax payments.


3. Partnership and S Corporation Tax Deadlines:

- March 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1065 (Partnership) or Form 1120S (S Corporation) tax returns.

- September 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1065 or Form 1120S tax returns with an approved extension.


4. C Corporation Tax Deadlines:

- April 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1120 (C Corporation) tax returns.

- October 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1120 tax returns with an approved extension.


5. Trust and Estate Tax Deadlines:

- April 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1041 (Trust and Estate) tax returns.

- October 15th: Deadline for filing Form 1041 tax returns with an approved extension.


6. Gift Tax Deadlines:

- April 15th: Deadline for filing Form 709 (Gift Tax Return) for gifts made in the previous calendar year.

- October 15th: Deadline for filing Form 709 for gifts made in the previous calendar year with an approved extension.


7. State Tax Deadlines:

- State tax deadlines vary by state. It's important to check with your state's tax authority or consult a tax professional for specific state tax deadlines.


Remember that these dates are subject to change, and it's always best to confirm the deadlines with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other relevant tax authorities in your jurisdiction.

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