This calendar notes important tax deadlines for the second quarter for Spring of 2021:
- Unlike the 2020 personal return (now due on May 17), the first quarter 2021 estimated tax payments for individuals, trusts and calendar-year corporations are due today. Also due are 2020 returns for trusts and calendar-year estates and C corporations. FinCEN Form 114 (“Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts”) is due, though an automatic extension applies to October 15.
- Employers must file Form 941 for the first quarter (or on May 10 if all taxes are deposited in full and on time). Also, employers must deposit FUTA taxes owed through March if the liability is more than $500.
- 2020 federal and most state personal returns are due today including the payment of any tax that’s due. Plus, any final contribution you plan to make to an IRA, Health Savings Account or Education Savings Account for 2020 is due on this day. SEP and profit-sharing plan contributions are also due if your return isn’t being extended. Please review your individual state for their deadlines.
- Calendar-year exempt organizations must file (or extend) their 2020 Form 990, 990-EZ or 990PF returns.
- Second quarter 2021 estimated tax payments are due for individuals, calendar-year corporations, estates and trusts.
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