Can't File Your Taxes on Time? Here's What to Do...
This year’s tax-filing deadline is Tuesday, April 17. If you feel as if you need more time to file your tax return, filing an extension may be your best option. Taxpayers needing more time can get an automatic six-month extension from the IRS. Before you plan on this option consider some of the downsides. An extension doesn't give you extra time to pay your taxes, which are due April 17, it only gives you an extension to file your return.And if you wait until the last minute, and your extension request is denied you may be hit with certain penalties. Need more time to file your tax return? Here's what you need to know...Read More
Estimated Taxes at A Glance
If you are self-employed, or if you have income other than your salary, (from a business, alimony, stock sales, rent, dividends and other sources) you may need to pay estimated taxes each quarter to square your tax bill with the IRS. Estimated tax is a method of paying tax on income that is not subject to withholding tax. The IRS requires estimated tax to be paid quarterly, typically in 4 equal installments.
For the 2018 tax year, due dates are... Read More
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Important Dates & Deadlines!
April 17 Tax Returns Due to IRS
1Q18 Estimated Payment Due
Texas Franchise Taxes Due (Most states franchise tax reports are due on May 15).
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