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Tax Extension Due Dates for Corporate and Personal Returns Approaching

The tax extension due dates for corporate and personal returns is approaching quickly.  Important deadlines for many corporate tax returns in September (originally due in March) and October (for personal filers originally due in April) will come to pass in the next 45 days.  September 15 is not only the deadline for estimated tax payments for the 3rd quarter of 2017, it is the deadline for those who may have requested an extension to file corporate tax returns on IRS forms 1120, 1120A and 1120S.  October 16 is the deadline for individual and married taxpayers who requested an extension, self-employed tax filers who have requested an extension who will file IRS forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ as well as C Corporations who requested an extension and will file their IRS form 1120.  October 16 is also an important deadline as it is the last day the IRS will accept electronic submissions.  If you miss this date you must file your returns on paper.

Allen Barron is prepared to help you work through these deadlines and comply with IRS business and personal tax preparation and filing as well as California tax issues.  Our integrated tax, accounting and tax return preparation services help those who are self-employed, high wage earners, S Corporation owners and businesses to meet the deadline while maximizing the deductions and tax advantages available to them.

Allen Barron provides the important protections of the attorney-client privilege to their tax clients.  Many tax payers and businesses are not aware that the IRS has the power to subpoena all information, work papers and correspondence (including emails and texts) between you and your CPA, accountant, tax preparer or financial planner.  This information can and will be used against you.  The attorney-client privilege is an absolute legal protection which prevents the IRS from accessing information you share with our tax attorneys in confidence as you work through questions and issues with your returns.  Important tax extension due dates for corporate and personal returns are approaching rapidly.  We invite you to contact Allen Barron for a free consultation at 866-631-3470.