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Form 1040

US Individual Income Tax Return Annual income tax return filed by citizens or residents of the United States.

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Form W-9

Request for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and Certification

Used to request a taxpayer identification number (TIN) for reporting on an information return the amount paid.

Form W-9

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Form W-4

Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate. Complete Form W-4 so that your employer can withhold the correct federal income tax from your pay.

Form W-4

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Form 941

Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return. Employers who withhold income taxes, social security tax, or Medicare tax from employee's paychecks or who must pay the employer's portion of social security or Medicare tax.

Form 941

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Important 2020 Tax Dates

Filing period opens: January 1, 2020

You can start filing your 2019 taxes any time after the first day of 2020. However, the IRS will not begin processing returns, paper or electronic, until IRS e-file goes live later in the month.

E-File goes live: TBA

The IRS’s electronic submission portal E-file opens up toward the end of January (date to be announced), which is also when the IRS will start processing returns. Any paper returns that have been submitted before this date will be processed when E-file is live.

W-2 mailings: January 31, 2020

If you receive a W-2 from your employers, it should be on its way to you by the end of January 2020. If you haven’t received any information by then, it’s time to get in touch with supervisors or HR.

If you are a business, the filing deadline for 2019 W-2s and 1099 forms (including Form 1099-MISC) is January 31, 2020.

Extensions for S-corps and partnerships: Mar 16, 2020

Extensions for C-Corps and Individuals: Apr 15, 2020

Need an extension? File before April 15, 2020

You can file for an extension any time before the tax year deadline, up until the due date of April 15th. Remember that when you receive an extension, you are still responsible for paying any estimated taxes you owe by the federal due date, or you can end up paying additional interest or late fees.

Federal and State due date: Tuesday, April 15, 2020

If you did not receive an extension for your taxes, then you’ll need to file by the due date. However, if you notice, the due date for 2020 is actually two days later than the typical April 15th filing date, as that falls over the weekend.

Arkansas state returns also have a due date of April 15th, both for filing extensions and for filing your returns.

Filing from abroad: June 15, 2018

For any US citizens living abroad, returns need to be filed and taxes must be paid by June 15th. This is also the deadline to request a four-month extension for any filers residing abroad.

Make sure you don’t miss any filing dates by getting a head start on your taxes.

Extension filing deadline: October 15, 2018

If you were approved for an extension by April 15th, your return must be submitted by October 15th. The same goes for individuals or resident aliens living abroad who were approved for an extension in June.

Extension filing deadline for S-corps and partnerships: Sept 15, 2020

Extension filing deadline for C-corps and individuals: Oct 15, 2020

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