The McGuire Law Firm attempts to not only remain abreast of current tax law, but also remind our clients, family and friends of current tax deadlines. A tax attorney has drafted the article below, which outlines specific deadlines for 2014 tax issues. If you have any questions regarding your requirements please contact our office.
– January 31, 2014: Employers must forward W-2s to employees and 1099s to payees
– January 31, 2014: Employers or businesses must file the 4th quarter 941 for 2013 and the 2013 940 (withholding return and unemployment tax return)
– February 28, 2014: Employer’s are to file W-2s with the Social Security Administration
– February 28, 2014: Payers are to file information returns with the Internal Revenue Service
– March 17, 2014: Corporate Income Tax Returns are due. A C Corporation will file an 1120 and an S Corporation will file an 1120 S.
– March 17, 2014: Due date to file a six month extension for a corporation income tax return. If an extension is filed, your 1120 or 1120S would then be due on or before September 15, 2014.
– April 15, 2014: 1040 Individual Income Tax Returns are to be filed with the Internal Revenue Service. 1065 Partnership returns are due. A limited liability company would file Form 1065 to report income and expenses, and pass through income, gain, loss or deductions with the IRS.
– April 15, 2014: Deadline to file for a six month extension for your 1040 Individual Income Tax Return of 1065 Partnership Income Tax Return.
– April 15, 2014: Deadline for 2013 contributions to certain Individual Retirement Accounts and education saving plans.
– April 15, 2014: Your first estimated tax payment for 2014 is due if required based upon your circumstances.
– April 30, 2014: 1st Quarter 2014 941 is due
– June 16, 2014: Your second estimated tax payment for 2014 is due if required based upon your circumstances.
– July 31, 2014: 2nd Quarter 2014 941 is due.
– September 15, 2014: Third estimated tax payment is due if required based upon your circumstances. If you filed an extension for your corporate income tax return, such return is due.
– October 15, 2014: 1040 individual income tax returns and 1065 U.S. Partnership income tax returns are due if an extension was timely filed with the Internal Revenue Service.
– October 31, 2014: 3rd Q 2014 941 is due.
Please note that your business may have other requirements such as the payment of federal tax deposits. Your depositing requirements are based upon your withholding tax liability and can differ. Thus, if you have any questions regarding your 941 tax deposit requirements, please call our office.
A Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm can help you with the above requirements, or other tax issues and questions that you may have. We work with both individuals and businesses regarding their tax obligations and tax planning.
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