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Important tax due dates for 2022

Keep track of the most important federal and Florida tax deadlines this year.

Keeping track of tax deadlines throughout the year can protect your business from late penalties and save you money.

That’s why we put all the deadlines you likely need to know in one place. Reviewing these deadlines on a monthly or quarterly basis can help you keep track of estimated tax payment due dates, tax extension deadlines and more.

Several Florida due dates are included here. If you live in another state, it may have its own due dates for certain forms. You can face penalties for missing state deadlines, just like you can with federal deadlines.

January 2022

February 2022

March 2022

 

April 2022

  • April 1 | Florida tangible personal property tax return due (learn more)
  • April 15 | Last day to make an IRA contribution
  • April 18 | Individual income tax return due (Form 1040)
  • April 18 | Individual income tax return extension due (Form 4868) (learn more)
  • April 18 | Trust income tax return due (Form 1041)
  • April 18 | Trust income tax return extension due (Form 8736) (learn more)
  • April 18 | Corporation income tax return due (Form 1120)
  • April 18 | Corporation income tax return extension due (Form 7004) (learn more)
  • April 18 | First quarter estimated tax due (Form 1040-ES) (learn more)
  • April 30 | First quarter payroll taxes due (Form RT-6)

 

May 2022

June 2022

July 2022

  • No due dates

August 2022

  • August 1 | Annual return/report of employee benefit plan (Form 5500)
  • August 1 | Second quarter payroll taxes due (Form RT-6)

September 2022

  • September 15 | Third quarter estimated tax due date (Form 1040-ES) (learn more)
  • September 15 | S corporation income tax return extended due (Form 1120S)
  • September 15 | Partnership income tax return extended due date (Form 1065)
  • September 30 | Trust income tax return extended due date (Form 1041)

 

October 2022

  • October 15 | Corporation income tax return extended due date (Form 1120)
  • October 17 | Individual income tax return extended due date (Form 1040)
  • October 31 | Third quarter payroll taxes due (Form RT-6)

November 2022

  • November 15 | Nonprofit income tax return extended due date (Form 990)

December 2022

  • No due dates

The bottom line

With so many federal and state tax deadlines for small business owners throughout the year, it’s easy to lose track of all of them. This calendar is designed to help you never miss a deadline — and never pay a late penalty.

Still worried about missing a deadline or filling out a form incorrectly? Schedule a free call with a DiMercurio Advisors team member today to take that stress off your plate.

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