Tax Dates to Keep Startups Organized

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The following are important tax deadlines for startups during the 2023 tax season: 

Starting with January 31st, payments for employees and independent contractors are due. Next month, on February 28th, paper filings are due. 

March is an important month, with three deadlines to make note of. March 1st is the deadline for the Delaware Franchise Annual Report and Tax. A few days later, on March 15th, S-Corps and Partnership Extensions are due. Finally at the end of the month, on March 31st, eFilings are due.

Moving into April, April 18th is Tax Day. On this day, tax day filings are due for both individuals and corporations. April 18th is also the deadline for Q1 Estimated Tax Payments. 

Next month, May 31st is the deadline for the BE-12 Foreign Investment form if that applies to your company.

June has two important dates, the 1st and 15th. On June 1st, LLC DE Franchise Annual Fees are due. A few days later on the 15th, Q2 Estimated Tax Payments are due.

Moving into the fall, September 15th is the deadline for the Q3 Estimated Tax Payment. On October 16th, Extended Returns are due. 

The last important date to make note of in 2023 is December 16th, when Q4 Estimated Tax Payments are due. It is important to also note the penalties for late filing and fiscal deadlines for your business.