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The interactive calendar highlights federal and state tax due dates, special firm events and other important dates that may be of interest to you. The calendar is updated regularly, so check back often to keep track of filing requirements, deadlines, and other events that will help you stay current and up-to-date.


The calendar below shows important tax due dates and other events. Events have been categorized as Individual, Business and State tax due dates, as well as general Firm events. Hover over an event to view its details.


Business Individual Firm State
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27 January
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Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
31
Employment Taxes: Quarterly Return
Employment Taxes: Employers Of Farm Employees
Payers Of Nonpayroll Items
Information Returns
Information Returns
Information Returns
Information Returns
Unemployment Taxes: FUTA: Annual Return
Information Returns
Employers
Employers Required To Deposit Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)
1
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
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3
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6
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
7
8
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
9
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11
Employment Taxes: Farm Employees
Payers Of Nonpayroll Items
Tip Income Received
Employment Taxes: FUTA: Annual Return
Employment Taxes: Quarterly Return
12
13
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
14
15
Employment Taxes: Monthly Depositors
Employers/Employees
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
16
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21
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
22
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
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25
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27
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
28
Information Returns
Information Returns
Payers Of Gambling Winnings
Employers
1 March
Income Tax: Individuals
Employment Taxes: Semi-weekly Depositors
2

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