January 2015 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 calendar summarizes important tax reporting and filing data for individuals, businesses and other taxpayers for the month of January 2015.

January 5
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates December 27–30

January 7
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates December 31–January 2 

January 9
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates January 3–6 

January 12
Employees who work for tips. Employees who received $20 or more in tips during December must report them to their employer using Form 4070.
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates December 3–5 

January 14
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll date January 7–9.

January 15
Individuals. Individuals that did not pay their income tax for the year through withholding (or did not pay in enough tax through withholding) may make a final payment of estimated tax for 2014, using Form 1040-ES, Estimated Tax for Individuals.

January 16
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll date January 10–13. 

January 22
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates January 14–16

January 23
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates January 17–20
Filing Season. The 2015 filing season officially begins.

January 28
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates January 21–23 

January 30
Employers. Semi-weekly depositors must deposit employment taxes for payroll dates January 24–27

February 2
Information reporting. All employers must provide their employees with their copies of Form W-2 for 2014.
Payers of gambling winnings. Payers of reportable gambling winnings or withheld income tax from gambling winnings for 2014, must provide the winners with their copies of Form W-2G.
Nonpayroll items. Those who withheld income tax withheld for 2014 on all nonpayroll items, including backup withholding and withholding on pensions, annuities, IRAs, and gambling winnings.

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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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