Taxes may be complex, but the tax calendar doesn’t have to be. In fact, knowing the key dates for the 2023 tax year can make life significantly easier for business owners. Created specifically for C-Corps, Partnerships, and S-Corps, there is a clear, colorful tax deadlines calendar delineating it all.
For example, in this handy calendar you will find some expected reminders such as April 17 is tax day, April 18 is the extension due date, and October 16 is when extended returns are due. But you will also find some additional tips such as the LLC DE franchise annual fee is due June 1st.
This handy tax calendar simplifies other tax details as well. For example, it may be helpful to know that the standard federal tax deadline is 3.5 months after the end of the month where the tax year ends. unless the December 31 year-end date is used. You may also need to know that if your business has 10% or greater foreign ownership, you are required to file a foreign investment form by May 31, or you could incur a penalty ranging from $2,500- $10K and—yikes!—criminal charges.
With a little help from such a streamlined, organized graphic, filing your necessary tax documents may just go from doable to piece of cake.