Save the Date (for the IRS) – important tax deadlines for 2020
There’s nothing worse than missing an important deadline because it wasn’t circled on the calendar, and that’s especially true when it comes to critical dates for filing your taxes with the IRS.
So, I’ve put together this simple Save the Date reminder for you to scroll down and add to your calendar.
Save The Date with these 2020 IRS tax deadlines – and remember to contact my office well ahead of time!
On the 15th of January, the fourth (and final) installment of your 2019 estimated tax for individuals is due. Please note that this applies unless you file your 2019 tax return and pay the entire balance due by January 31, 2020.
The due date for employers to furnish W-2 statements from 2019 to their employees. It’s mandatory that payers must issue 1099 information statements to payees.
Employers are required to file Form 941 (federal employment) as well as Form 940 (unemployment) tax returns for 2019, as well as pay any tax that is due.
The deadline for submitting Form 1065 (2019 calendar year partnership), and Form 1120S (S corporation) income tax returns must be filed.
This is the deadline if you need to request a 6-month extension to file partnership, as well as filing Form 1065 and Form 1120S (S corporation) income tax returns.
If you’re electronically filing Forms 1097, 1098, 1099 (except a Form 1099-MISC reporting nonemployee compensation), 3921, 3922 or W2G, you get an extension to file until April 1.
However, the due date for giving the recipient these forms still generally is January 31.
The 2019 deadline for individual and/or corporate income tax returns.
The deadline for requesting a 6-month extension for filing your personal and/or corporate income tax returns.
Annual gift tax returns for 2019 are due.
The deadline for making any contributions to your IRA and education savings account for 2019.
The due date for the first installment for 2020 estimated tax.
Employers are required to file Form 941, covering the first quarter of 2020.
The due date for the second installment for 2020 estimated tax.
Employers are required to file Form 941, covering the second quarter of 2020.
The due date for the third installment for 2020 estimated tax.
If you filed for an extension at the March 15 deadline, this is the deadline for filing your partnership/LLC/S-Corporation tax return for 2019.
If you filed for an extension on the April 15th deadline, your tax return is now due.
By Halloween, employers are required to file Form 941, covering the third quarter of 2020.