Make sure your calendar is up-to-date with these important deadlines.
It is that time of year again for businesses to put together their tax filing and payment plans for 2022. While April 15th is the most recognizable tax due date, there are many other dates business owners should mark on their calendars to ensure they are compliant with all filing requirements.
IMPORTANT TAX DEADLINES AND DATES
Here are key tax filing dates for 2022:
IRS will start accepting income tax returns in between January 24 – January 31, 2022.
Form W-2 & certain 1099-Misc (electronic or mail)
Form 1099-Misc paper filing deadline for non-box 7 amounts
1094-C/1095-C (paper filing with the IRS)
Form 1065 – Partnerships
Form 1120-S – S Corporations
Note: April 15 falls on a weekday in 2022, but it is Emancipation Day which is celebrated in Washington, D.C., causing all businesses and government offices to close. Therefore, the filing deadline for items below is Monday, April 18, 2022.
Form 1040 – Individuals
FinCEN 114 – FBAR
Form 1041 – Trusts & Estates
Form 1120 – C Corporations
Form 990 Series – Tax-exempt Organizations
Form 5500 Series – Employee Benefit Plan
Form 1065 – Partnership Extended Return
Form 1120 – S Corporation Extended Return
Form 1041 – Trusts & Estates Extended Return
Form 1120 – C Corporation Extended Return
Form 1040 – Individual Extended Return
FinCEN 114 (extended with Form 1040)
Form 5500 Series – Employee Benefit Plan Extended Return
Form 990 Series – Tax-exempt Organization Extended Return
Fiscal Year Filers
Partnership and S Corporation tax returns will be due the 15th day of the third month after the end of their fiscal tax year.
C Corporation tax returns will be due the 15th day of the fourth month after the end of their fiscal year.
Employee Benefit Plan tax returns are due the last day of the seventh month after the plan year ends.
Stay on top of deadlines and other tax planning items with our tax planning guide.
Click the calendar below to print a PDF version.
If you have any questions about these due dates and the impact on your tax filings, please contact one of our qualified tax professionals.