Tax deadlines

Businesses that have employees need to have issued W2 forms by February 2015 for the previous year. These same businesses will need to have Copy A of the 1099 and W2 forms sent to the IRS by March 2.
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Individual taxes for the previous year are due on April 15, and 2015 taxes for sole proprietorships and self-employed filers have to be sent in by April 15 next year.
Tax deadlines of 2015
Major Business Tax Deadlines
Corporate taxes from Form 1120 are due on March 16. Those who have an S Corporation arrangement also need to file Form 1120S by March 16. Those who want to have to their business treated as this type of corporation for the rest of the year need to have IRS Form 2253 filed by this date as well.

Businesses and corporations of any type that have employees and electronically file have until March 31 to have the previous year’s W2 and 1099 forms in. Those who are filing electronically usually have a little extra leeway with these types of forms, but getting them in early is still a very good idea.

Corporations and S Corporations that are granted a six-month extension have until September 15 to finish their taxes. Organizations officially granted LLC status don’t have separate filing deadlines. Their deadlines will depend on the type of entity that the individual is designated as on the tax return. The due date for LLC corporate tax returns is always on the 15th day of the third month that follows the end of the previous tax year. The particular tax year period in question depends on when the initial LLC status was granted.

Agricultural Tax Deadlines
Farming tax deadlines are somewhat dependent on what sort of agricultural business individual farmers engage in. A majority of farmers are facing a March 2 tax deadline. Anglers are in a slightly different cash bracket, but they face a similar deadline. Most rules that apply to farmers ultimately apply to those in the fishing industry as well.

International Tax Deadlines
Businesses that located in Canada have until March 3 to file their previous years return. Those who have to pay a balance on self-employment income have until May 1 to do the same. Corporate income tax returns are always due six months after whenever the business’ fiscal year ends.

Those who run businesses in the United Kingdom will find that they have a slightly more complicated timetable to deal with. They have 9 months after the company’s financial year ends to file annual accounts with the Companies House organization. They need to have their corporate taxes paid no later than one day after this previous deadline. They have 12 months to file a tax return, however.

South Africa uses a somewhat similar system to calculate deadlines. The first part of the corporate tax sum has to be paid within six months from the first day of the 12-month assessment period. A second payment has to be made on or before the last day of that period. Business owners are then responsible for another payment seven months after the end of the year of assessment.