Generally, your tax return must be postmarked no later than April 15, or sent no later than that date if you're filing electronically. Sometimes the date is extended due to a weekend or local DC holiday.
In 2011, taxes must be filed by April 18.
In 2011 the IRS is giving you three extra days to file your tax return. This is due to a local-D.C. holiday known as Emancipation Day (celebrated on Friday, April 15). Thus, the tax deadline has been pushed to Monday, April 18, 2011.
Procrastinating with taxes is a familiar phenomenon, but if you don't pull it together before the deadline, things can get tricky. If you know you won't be able to file on time, or don't have the money to pay, don't ignore your taxes altogether. File an extension form on time and look into a payment plan. The IRS charges interest and does collect. Extensions of time to file (for 6 months), BUT NOT TO PAY, are virtually automatic, however you must estimate your tax due and make sure it is all paid when requesting an extension.
Taxes are paid throughout the year, by different forms of withholding on income (or payroll) and by estimated payments if self employed. Failing to do so is illegal, and incurs a penalty and interest charge. The tax filing is due by 4/15 of the year following the year being reported, for most people.
Income tax is generally due around the same time each year. In the United States, income taxes were due on April 18th, 2011. In 2012, taxes will be due one day earlier, on Tuesday, April 17th.
Federal Form 1040 is due April 15, 2010.Other types of taxes such as corporate taxes, estimated taxes, local taxes, property taxes, employments taxes, excise taxes all have their own due dates.
Federal income taxes are due April 15 of the following year.Most state income taxes are due the same day, but check with your state.Other taxes such as property taxes, estimated taxes, sales taxes, etc. each have their own due date.
No it is not necessary to file for an extension when no taxes are due or you would be due a refund.
are taxes due on ssa 1099
Normally they are due April 15, but because of a holiday, those year-end 2010 returns will be due 4/18/2011.
April 15th is when yearly taxes are due. although an extension can be filed
Cheaper goods due to lower import/export taxes.
The S Corp income taxes would be reported and due at the some time that your 1040 federal income tax return is due for the year 2009 April 15, 2010 are with the extension October 15 2010.
Yes you know that the taxes are due when you sell property.
In the United States income taxes are due on April 15th. In the case that this date falls on a weekend or perhaps a statutory holiday, then the due date for your taxes would be the following business day.