Tax Calendar

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Stay On Top of It

Are you a business owner or individual who needs to stay on top of important tax dates? Our Tax Calendar is the perfect solution for you. It’s easy to use and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. You can also keep track of all your upcoming deadlines in one place.

Our calendar will help you save time and money by ensuring that you don’t miss any important tax deadlines. 

Tax Planning Made Easy

It’s important to know the tax deadlines in order not only to avoid IRS penalties but also because you may need them for your taxes. To help you avoid missing any critical deadlines, we’ve provided this summary of when various tax-related forms and payments are due. Please review the calendar below to familiarize yourself with all your obligations for next year’s filing season! If anything remains unclear or any way that we can assist in meeting these requirements, don’t hesitate to contact us!
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Tax Season 2022 - Dates to Remember

Our Tax Calendar can help you prepare for upcoming milestones without letting anything slip your mind. Please view our calendar to stay up-to-date on important dates throughout the year.

Will The Tax Deadline Be Extended Again?

With no end to the virus in sight, many are concerned about whether or not they will be able to file their taxes on time. As of now, the IRS has not indicated that it will postpone the tax-filing deadline for the third year in a row.

Taxpayers should be aware that the rules changes going into effect in 2022 and potentially complicating factors, like this year’s expanded child tax credit payments and repayment of deferred Social Security taxes. We recommend filing as early as possible to avoid any potential delays.

What If I Miss a Tax Deadline?

If you miss a tax deadline, the IRS could levy civil penalties and interest charges. These amounts vary depending on how late your payment is and if you have a history of delinquencies.

Make sure to file for an extension with the IRS as soon as possible if you can’t meet your filing requirements by the due date. The penalty may not be as much as you expect, although it still needs to be paid in full. Even though asking for an extension isn’t fun, it beats having to pay additional fees.

Call our office if you need help determining what to do next or if you would like assistance in meeting your upcoming deadlines! We are here to help make planning for your taxes more manageable and less stressful.

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