It’s year end, fireworks are going off in the distance, and you’re reflecting on everything you and your business accomplished over the last 12 months. Then you wake up the next morning and it’s the start of tax season.
January to April is commonly known as “tax season” by business owners and CPAs. This is because it’s jam packed with deadlines. With 1099s, payroll forms, and federal tax returns, this four month span can leave you stressed with the feeling that there’s always something to do.
To ensure you’re always on top of what needs to be done, we compiled the key deadlines with some tips on what to do in between them.
Be ready for every federal tax deadline
To be IRS ready, you’ll need to get your financial reporting for the year up-to-date. But if you’re struggling to figure out what to prioritize, this calendar will help. With clear information and visual prompts for action, you’ll know what to take care of and when it needs to be done by. No more planning or strategizing, just doing.