2023 Tax Filing Deadlines for 2022 Calendar Year Taxes
Updated: Jun 13
2023 Tax Deadlines: What You Need to Know
The tax season is upon us, and it's important to be aware of the deadlines for filing and paying your taxes. Here's a breakdown of the most important deadlines for 2023:
January 31: Deadline for employers to provide W-2 forms to employees and 1099 forms to independent contractors.
March 15: Deadline for flow-through business entities to file tax returns.
April 18: Deadline for individual tax returns and self-employment tax returns.
June 15: Deadline for self-employed individuals and their businesses to pay estimated tax payments for Q2.
September 15: Deadline for self-employed individuals and their businesses to pay estimated tax payments for Q3. Deadline for extended flow-through business entities to file their returns.
October 17: Deadline for individuals who requested an extension on their tax returns.
It's important to note that these deadlines may be subject to change, so it's always a good idea to double-check with the IRS for any updates or changes.
Additionally, if you owe taxes and are unable to pay by the deadline, it's recommended to file your return anyway to avoid penalties for failing to file. You can also set up a payment plan with the IRS to pay off the balance over time.
In conclusion, staying up-to-date with the 2023 tax deadlines can help ensure that you avoid any potential penalties and have a stress-free tax season.