2018 Tax Dates
By Michael Aston, E.A.
Alhambra Tax Center
Here’s some information to start off the New Year.
January 22 – is the estimated date the IRS will start to accept E-filed tax returns. But with the pending tax changes being debated in Congress … this date may change.
January 31 – is when your Employer must either mail your Form W-2, or have the form be available to you electronically.
February 15 – is the earliest date the IRS can release refunds that include Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) and/or refundable portions of the American Opportunity Credit (AOC). If you’re not claiming any of the above tax credits and you e-file with direct deposit, 9 out of 10 tax payers will receive their refund within 21 days after the IRS receives your tax return.
March 15 – is the filing date for Partnership Income Tax Returns (Form 1065) and S-Corporation Income Tax returns (Form 1120S).
April 17 – is the filing date for Individual Income Tax returns (Form 1040), Trusts (Form 1041), and C-Corporations (Form 1120).
May 15 – is the filing date for Tax Exempt Organizations (Form 990).
September 17 – is the extension deadline for Partnerships and S-Corporations.
October 1 – is the extension deadline for Trusts.
October 15 – is the extension deadline for Individual and C-Corporations.
November 15 – is the extension deadline for Tax Exempt Organizations.
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The above dates are for a calendar year. If your entity is based on a fiscal year, please contact your tax preparer or the IRS for your due dates.
Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year.