Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed
Need reminders about key tax filing and reporting dates? Have questions about business taxes in general? Then you might want to check out the:IRS free Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed
Navigating the tax year as a business owner is no small feat, whether you are a freelance, start-up or growing small business. The tax landscape is ever-changing with new legislation and tax provisions impacting small businesses year-round.
Updated frequently, the IRS Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed contains useful reminders of key business tax dates you may need to know. In its printed form, it provides an essential business tax management tool for small business owners.
The calendar is available in a variety of formats:
- Online — Simply bookmark the link and it will load information in Spanish or English for the current month. You can also skip through tabs for previous and upcoming months, as well as view last year's key dates. A filter option allows you to sort and view tax dates. For example, employers can view the very specific requirements they must comply with, such as depositing payroll and FUTA taxes, reporting tips, and furnishing 1099 and W-2 forms.
- Desktop App — This version of the calendar can be installed directly to your desktop so you can access it while offline. Updates are installed automatically the next time you connect to the web.
- Wall Calendar — Perhaps the most colorful guide that the IRS produces, this glossy calendar offers the same key dates and reminders as the versions above, plus user-friendly tips and guides that help explain key elements of business taxes and tax law. The calendar is free, and you can order directly from the IRS at irs.gov. It will be available on a first-come, first-served basis!
- Outlook Add-On — For even more ease-of-use, you can also download the calendar and incorporate it into Microsoft Outlook.