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February 2, 2024by admin

February 12, 2024

Individuals – Report January tip income of $20 or more to employers (Form 4070).

Employers – Report Social Security and Medicare taxes and income tax withholding for the fourth quarter of 2023 (Form 941) if all associated taxes due were deposited on time and in full.

Employers – File a 2023 return for federal unemployment taxes (Form 940) if all associated taxes due were deposited on time and in full.

February 15, 2024

Individuals – File a new Form W-4 to continue exemption for another year if you claimed exemption from federal income tax withholding in 2023.

Businesses – Provide Form 1099-B, 1099-S, and certain Forms 1099-MISC (those in which Box 8 or Box 10 payments are being reported) to recipients.

Employers – Deposit Social Security, Medicare, and withheld income taxes for January if the monthly deposit rule applies.

Employers – Deposit nonpayroll withheld income tax for January if the monthly deposit rule applies.

February 28, 2024

Businesses – File Form 1098, Form 1099 (other than those with a January 31 deadline), Form W-2G, and transmittal Form 1096 for interest, dividends, and miscellaneous payments made during 2023. (Electronic filers can defer filing to April 1.)


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January 4, 2024by admin

January 10, 2024

Individuals – Report December 2023 tip income of $20 or more to employers (Form 4070).

January 16, 2024

Individuals – Pay the fourth installment of 2023 estimated taxes (Form 1040-ES) if not paying income tax through withholding or not paying sufficient income tax through withholding.

Employers – Deposit Social Security, Medicare and withheld income taxes for December 2023 if the monthly deposit rule applies.

Employers – Deposit nonpayroll withheld income tax for December 2023 if the monthly deposit rule applies.

January 31, 2024

Individuals – File a 2023 income tax return (Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR) and pay tax due in order to avoid penalties for underpaying the January 16 installment of estimated taxes.

Businesses – Provide Form 1098, Form 1099-MISC (except for those that have a February 15 deadline), Form 1099-NEC and Form W-2G to recipients.

Employers – Provide 2023 Form W-2 to employees.

Employers – Report Social Security and Medicare taxes and income tax withholding for fourth quarter 2023 (Form 941) if all of the associated taxes due weren’t deposited on time and in full.

Employers – File a 2023 return for federal unemployment taxes (Form 940) and pay any tax due if all of the associated taxes due weren’t deposited on time and in full.

Employers – File 2023 Form W-2 (Copy A) and transmittal Form W-3 with the Social Security Administration.


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January 2, 2024by admin

Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the first quarter of 2024. Keep in mind that this list isn’t all-inclusive, so there may be additional deadlines that apply to you. If you have questions about filing requirements, contact us. We can ensure you’re meeting all applicable deadlines.

January 16 (The usual deadline of January 15 is a federal holiday)

  • Pay the final installment of 2023 estimated tax.
  • Farmers and fishermen: Pay estimated tax for 2023. If you don’t pay your estimated tax by January 16, you must file your 2023 return and pay all tax due by March 1, 2024, to avoid an estimated tax penalty.

January 31

  • File 2023 Forms W-2, “Wage and Tax Statement,” with the Social Security Administration and provide copies to your employees.
  • Provide copies of 2023 Forms 1099-NEC, “Nonemployee Compensation,” to recipients of income from your business, where required, and file them with the IRS.
  • Provide copies of 2023 Forms 1099-MISC, “Miscellaneous Information,” reporting certain types of payments to recipients.
  • File Form 940, “Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return,” for 2023. If your undeposited tax is $500 or less, you can either pay it with your return or deposit it. If it’s more than $500, you must deposit it. However, if you deposited the tax for the year in full and on time, you have until February 12 to file the return.
  • File Form 941, “Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return,” to report Medicare, Social Security and income taxes withheld in the fourth quarter of 2023. If your tax liability is less than $2,500, you can pay it in full with a timely filed return. If you deposited the tax for the quarter in full and on time, you have until February 12 to file the return. (Employers that have an estimated annual employment tax liability of $1,000 or less may be eligible to file Form 944, “Employer’s Annual Federal Tax Return.”)
  • File Form 945, “Annual Return of Withheld Federal Income Tax,” for 2023 to report income tax withheld on all nonpayroll items, including backup withholding and withholding on accounts such as pensions, annuities and IRAs. If your tax liability is less than $2,500, you can pay it in full with a timely filed return. If you deposited the tax for the year in full and on time, you have until February 12 to file the return.

February 15

  • Give annual information statements to recipients of certain payments you made during 2023. You can use the appropriate version of Form 1099 or other information return. Form 1099 can be issued electronically with the consent of the recipient. This due date applies only to the following types of payments:
    • All payments reported on Form 1099-B.
    • All payments reported on Form 1099-S.
    • Substitute payments reported in box 8 or gross proceeds paid to an attorney reported in box 10 of Form 1099-MISC.

February 28

  • File 2023 Forms 1099-MISC with the IRS if you’re filing paper copies. (Otherwise, the filing deadline is April 1.)

March 15

  • If a calendar-year partnership or S corporation, file or extend your 2023 tax return and pay any tax due. If the return isn’t extended, this is also the last day to make 2023 contributions to pension and profit-sharing plans.