Important upcoming deadlines you need to know.
Tax season is a stressful time for some taxpayers. However, knowing each tax deadline will give you a heads up so you know how to stay on top of your game.
For all the 2019 tax deadlines that are left, take a look at the list of due dates below.
April 15, 2019
- Individual Income Taxes deadline
- Last day to file and pay if you owe taxes to the IRS without accumulating penalties
- Final day to file a tax extension to the IRS
- First Estimated Quarterly Tax Payment due
- Sole proprietor, LLC, and corporation taxes due
- IRA contribution deadline
- Last day to postmark, paper-file and claim your 2015 refund
April 17, 2019
This is the tax filing deadline for individual income taxes for taxpayers who live in Maine and Massachusetts. This deadline also applies to their state returns as well.
June 17, 2019
Your second estimated quarterly tax payment is due on this date due to the 15th falling on a weekend.
July 31, 2019
- Victims of natural disasters in Alabama have until this date for their individual income tax returns and business returns
- Extended due date for the first and second quarterly estimated income tax payments (originally due April 15 and June 17)
- Extended due date for quarterly payroll and excise tax returns (originally due April 30)
- Tax-exempt organizations, operating on a calendar-year basis with Form 990 return due
For more information on disaster relief by the IRS, click here.
September 16, 2019
- Third Estimated Quarterly Tax Payment deadline
- Extension deadline for S-Corps and Partnerships
October 15, 2019
- Extension and e-filing deadline for individuals
- Extension deadline for Sole Proprietors, LLCs and Corporations
Although this is the extension deadline, you must have paid your tax due (if you have one) to the IRS by April 15 to avoid penalties.
December 31, 2019
If you want to contribute to a 401(k) for yourself or employees, it must be done by the end of this year. This ensures that it’s counted toward your 2019 taxes.
January 15, 2020
This is your Fourth Estimated Quarterly Tax Payment due date. However, if you file your 2019 tax return by January 31, 2020, and pay the entire balance due with your return, you don’t have to make the payment due January 15, 2020.
File your taxes before it’s too late.
Now that you know the 2019 tax deadlines, all you need to do is create an account, enter your tax information and submit your account for e-file. It’s that easy! What are you waiting for?
If you need extra time, create an account to file a tax extension to the IRS for free using our site. You can simply sign back into your account once you’re ready to file. This extends your tax deadline to October 15, 2019.
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