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Business Tax Deadlines (1065) Partnerships & (1120S) S-Corporations & (1120) C-Corporations

  • Business Tax Organizer –
    • Forms 1065 (Partnership) & 1120S (S-Corporation) due by January 25th
    • Forms 1120 (C-Corporations) due by February 25th
    • Estimated Time To Complete: 30 mins
  • Submit Tax Docs Link – For documents received after you submit your organizer.
    • Could include Quickbooks / Accounting files
    • 1099 received documents
    • Any other business related documents
  • NOTES:
    • All Businesses must submit a separate business organizer. This includes partnerships, S-Corps, C-Corps, Sole Proprietorships, Farms, Rentals, etc.
    • If you need us to prepare your outbound 1099 forms (to your contractors) please submit the necessary documents here not later than 1/21/19
    • If your business owes taxes (most commonly C-Corporations) those will need to be paid by March 15th (for calendar year filers) or 2 months & 15 days after the end of the fiscal year. Note, if this date falls on a weekend or holiday they are due the next business day.

* if you do not turn in these documents by this date, our team will file an extension for you – if you want a copy of the extension please Text Us: 602-362-793

Personal / Individual (1040) Tax Deadlines

 

  • Personal Tax Organizer – Due By February 25th
    • Average Estimated Time To Complete: 1 hour
  • Submit Tax Docs Link – For documents received after you submit your organizer.
    • Includes items such as:
      • W-2
      • Interest Income, Dividends, Stock Sale Forms, etc.
      • 1098 – Mortgage Interest
      • Charity receipts
      • Any other personal related documents
  • Any taxes due are due in full by April 15th. Note, if this date falls on a weekend or holiday they are due the next business day.

* if you do not turn in these documents by this date, our team will file an extension for you – if you want a copy of the extension please Text Us: 602-362-793

PLEASE NOTE: As of late Aug 2018 there was a proposed law change that would disallow a double deduction for these charitable credits at the federal level for contributions made after Aug 2018. You are still eligible for the AZ state tax credits as the change would only impact your ability to take them as charity donations at the federal level.
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