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Extended Tax Return Deadlines

Posted by Admin Posted on July 31 2019

 

Have you filed your 2018 tax returns yet? The extended deadlines are quickly approaching! Keep reading to find out what we need to prepare your returns, and, when we need it.

 

Business Tax Returns (Form 1065 & 1120S)

Friday, August 23

Turn in information to our firm to file by the filing deadline

 

Monday, September 16

Extended business tax returns due

 

Oklahoma Franchise Tax

Monday, September 16

Mail franchise returns to the OTC

 

Monday, September 16

Extended business tax returns due

 

Trust/Estate Tax Returns (Form 1041)

Monday, September 16

Turn in information to our firm to file by the filing deadline

 

Tuesday, October 1

Extended trust/estate tax returns due

 

Individual Tax Returns (Form 1040)

Friday, September 20

Turn in information to our firm to file by the filing deadline

 

Tuesday, October 15

Extended individual tax returns due

 

 

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