2019 Tax Deadlines

 

To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2019 deadlines, we’ve provided this summary of when various tax-related forms, payments, and other actions are due. Be aware that some deadlines have been moved up or pushed back compared to previous years. Please review the calendar and let us know if you have any questions about the deadlines or would like assistance in meeting them.

 

Date

January 31

Deadline for

Businesses: Filing Form 1099 for interest, dividend, and miscellaneous payments made during 2018.

February 11

Individuals: Reporting January top income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for fourth quarter 2018 (Form 941) and filing a 2018 return for federal unemployment taxes (Form 940), if you deposited on time and in full all of the associated taxes due.

February 15

Businesses: Providing Form 1099-B, 1099-S and certain Forms 1099-MISC (those in which payments in Box 8 or Box 14 are being reported) to recipients.

Individuals: Filing a new Form W-4 to continue exemption for another year, if you claimed exemption from federal income tax withholding in 2018.

February 28

Businesses: Filing Form 1098, Form 1099 (other than those with a January 31 or February 15 deadline) and Form W-2G and transmittal Form 1096 for interest, dividend, and miscellaneous payments made during 2018. (Electronic filers can defer filing to April 2).

March 11

Individuals: Reporting February tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

March 15

Calendar-Year S Corporations: Filing a 2018 income tax return (Form 1120S) or filing for an automatic six-month extension until September 16 (Form 7004), and paying any tax due.

Calendar-Year Partnerships: Filing a 2018 income tax return (Form 1065 or Form 1065-B) or requesting an automatic six-month extension until September 16 (Form 7004).

April 1

Employers: Electronically filing 2018 Form 1096, Form 1098, Form 1099 (other than those with an earlier deadline) and Form W-2G.

April 10

Individuals: Reporting March tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

April 15

Individuals: Filing a 2018 income tax return (Form 1040, Form 1040A, or Form 1040EZ) or filing for an automatic six-month extension until October 15 (Form 4868), and paying any tax due. (See June 15 for an exception to certain taxpayers).

Individuals: Paying the first installment of 2019 estimated taxes, if not paying income tax withholding (Form 1040-ES).

Individuals: Making 2018 contributions to a SEP or certain other retirement plans (unless a 2018 income tax return extension is filed).

Individuals: Filing a 2018 gift tax return (Form 709) or filing for an automatic six-month extension until October 15 (Form 8892), and paying any gift tax due.

Household Employers: Filing Schedule H (Form 1040), if wages paid equal $2,100 or more in 2018 and Form 1040 is not required to be filed. For those filing Form 1040, Schedule H is to be submitted with the return and is thus extended to the due date of the return.

Trusts and Estates: Filing an income tax return for the 2018 calendar year (Form 1041) or filing for an automatic five-and-a-half month extension until October 1 (Form 7004), and paying any income tax due.

Calendar-Year C Corporations: Filing a 2018 income tax return (From 1120) or filing for an automatic six-month extension until October 15 (Form 7004), and paying any income tax due.

Calendar-Year Corporations: Paying the first installment of 2018 estimated income taxes.

 

April 30

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for first quarter 2019 (Form 941), and paying any tax due.

May 10

Individuals: Reporting April tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070)

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for first quarter 2018 (Form 941), if you deposited on time and in full, all of the associated taxes due.

May 15

Exempt Organizations: Filing a 2018 calendar-year information return (Form 990, Form 990-EZ or Form 990-PF) or filing for an automatic six-month extension (Form 8868) and paying any tax due.

Small Exempt Organizations (with gross receipts normally of $50,000 or less): Filing a 2018 e-Postcard (Form 990-N), if not filing Form 990 or Form 990-EZ.

June 10

Individuals: Reporting May tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

June 17

Individuals who live outside the United States: Filing a 2018 individual income tax return (Form 1040) or filing for a four-month extension (Form 4868), and paying any tax and interest due.

Individuals: Paying the second installment of 2019 estimated taxes, if not paying income tax through withholding (Form 1040-ES).

Calendar-Year Corporations: Paying the second installment of 2019 estimated income taxes.

July 10

Individuals: Reporting June tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

July 31

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for second quarter 2019 (Form 941), and paying any tax due.

Employers: Filing a 2018 calendar-year retirement plan report (Form 5500 or Form 5500-EZ) or requesting an extension.

August 12

Individuals: Reporting July tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for second quarter 2019 (Form 941), if you deposited on time and in full all of the associated taxes due.

September 10

Individuals: Reporting August tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

September 16

Individuals: Paying the third installment of 2019 estimated taxes, if not paying income tax through withholding (Form 1040-ES).

Calendar-Year Corporations: Paying the third installment of 2019 estimated income taxes.

Calendar-Year S Corporations: Filing a 2018 income tax return (Form 1120S) and paying any tax, interest, and penalties due, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

Calendar-Year S Corporations: Making contributions for 2018 to certain employer-sponsored retirement plans, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

Calendar-Year Partnerships: Filing a 2018 income tax return (form 1065 or Form 1065-B), if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

October 1

Trusts and Estates: Filing an income tax return for the 2018 calendar year (Form 1041) and paying any tax, interest and penalties due, if an automatic five-and-a-half month extension was filed.

Employers: Establishing a SIMPLE or a Safe-Harbor 401(k) plan for 2019, except in certain circumstances.

October 10

Individuals: Reporting September tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

October 15

Individuals: Filing a 2018 income tax return (Form 1040, Form 1040A or Form 1040EZ) and paying any tax, interest and penalties due, if an automatic six-month extension was filed (or if an automatic four-month extension was filed by a taxpayer living outside the United States).

Individuals: Making contributions for 2018 to certain existing retirement plans or establishing and contributing to a SEP for 2018, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

Individuals: Filing a 2018 gift tax return (Form 709) and paying any tax, interest, and penalties due, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

Calendar-Year C Corporations: filing a 2018 income tax return (form 1120) and paying any tax, interest and penalties due, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

Calendar-Year C Corporations: Making contributions for 2018 to certain employer-sponsored retirement plans, if an automatic six-month extension was filed.

October 31

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for third quarter 2019 (Form 941) and paying any tax due.

November 10

Individuals: Reporting October tip income, $20 or more, to employers (Form 4070).

Employers: Reporting income tax withholding and FICA taxes for third quarter 2019 (Form 941), if you deposited on time and in full all of the associated taxes due.

November 15

 

 

 

 

© 2018

Exempt Organizations: Filing a 2018 calendar-year information return (Form 990, Form 990-EZ or Form 990-PF) and paying any tax, interest, and penalties due, if a six-month extension was previously filed.

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