April 2014 tax compliance calendar

As an individual or business, it is your responsibility to be aware of and to meet your tax filing/reporting deadlines. This tax compliance calendar summarizes important federal tax reporting and filing data for individuals, businesses and other taxpayers for the month of April 2014.

April 2
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll date March 26–28.

April 4
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll date March 29–April 1.

April 9
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 2–4.

April 10
Employees who work for tips. Employees who received $20 or more in tips during March must report them to their employer using Form 4070.

April 11
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 5–8.

April 15
Individuals. Individuals file a 2013 income tax return (Form 1040 series) and pay any tax due.

Partnerships. File of 2013 calendar year return (Form 1065). Provide each partner with a Schedule K-1 (Form 1065), Partner’s Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, etc., or a substitute Schedule K-1.

April 17
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 9–11.

April 21
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 12–15.

April 23
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 16–18.

April 25
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 19–22.

April 30
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 23–25.

May 2
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 26–29.

May 7
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates April 30–May 2.

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Content provided by CCH. If and only to the extent that this publication contains contributions from tax professionals who are subject to the rules of professional conduct set forth in Circular 230, as promulgated by the United States Department of the Treasury, the publisher, on behalf of those contributors, hereby states that any U.S. federal tax advice that is contained in such contributions was not intended or written to be used by any taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed on the taxpayer by the Internal Revenue Service, and it cannot be used by any taxpayer for such purpose. 

 

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