Tax Due Dates

The government tax calendar should be used as a reference tool.   We recommend to not rely solely on the dates as they may not pertain to your tax filing requirements and/or needs.  The calendar  provides information to businesses and the self-employed.

Tax Due Dates

These due dates are based on a calendar year taxpayer.

January 31st
Forms 1099 to recipient
Forms W-2 to employees

February 28th
Form 1096 and 1099 to government
Form W-3 and W-2 to government

March 15th
 C-corp, S-corp, Returns

April 15th
 Individual, Partnership, and Fiduciary Returns

September 15th
 C-corp, S-Corp, Partnership, Fiduciary Returns on Extension

October 15th
 Individual Returns on Extension

Estimated Taxes

April 15th, June 15th, September 15, January 15th (individuals who itemize should make the January 15th payment by December 31st for the state tax portion, unless AMT applies)

Payroll Taxes

Quarterly reports - January 31, April 30, July 31, October 31
Monthly P/R tax due the 15th of the following month
Sales Tax
Monthly due by the 20th of the following month
Quarterly due April 30, July 31, October 31, January 31

In the event one or more of these due dates fall on a weekend or holiday the due date is generally the next business day.

April 2024