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2022 Quarterly Estimated Tax Filing Deadlines
The 2022 estimated tax filing deadlines are:
- Q4-2021: January 17, 2022
- Q1-2022: April 18 (April 19 Massachusetts & Maine)
- Q2-2022: June 15
- Q3-2022: September 15
- Q4-2022: January 16, 2023
There is still time before filing your 2021 tax return to contribute to your IRA to take advantage of tax-deferred or tax-free growth. A 2021contribution can be made anytime up to the 2021 tax filing deadline of April 18, 2022, or April 19 for Massachusetts and Maine residents.
Partnerships & Corporations: 2022 Filing Deadlines
Partnership (1065) and S-Corporation (1120S) Income Tax Returns are due March 15, 2022. C corporation (1120) Income Tax Returns, for companies with a December 31 year-end, are due April 18, 2022.
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At Scheid Deignan Brown, cybersecurity is a top priority in order to protect against data breaches and identity theft. To safeguard your information, our network and its software, as well as all stand-alone computers and applications, are protected. We also ensure that any email containing taxpayer data is encrypted and secure.
We encourage you to keep your computer secure, avoid phishing and the installation of malware on your computer, and protect your personal information. The IRS publication that shows how to resolve these issues is available on the IRS website by clicking here.
tax-related ID theft reported to the IRS fell by about 65% and the number of returns with confirmed instances of identity theft decreased by about 57%, it is still important to prevent becoming a victim of identity theft. Cybercriminals continue to steal the names, addresses, and Social Security numbers of millions of Americans. The IRS provides a Guide to Identity Theft to help you know the signs. If you believe that you are the victim of identity theft, contact our office or follow the Federal Trade Commission recommended steps by clicking here.Tax-related identify theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. While