Corporation taxes have an earlier due date. If you are a corporate shareholder who has not addressed this issue and you are reading this…YOU’RE LATE! That’s right. We have always been taught that April 15th is the tax filing deadline. It is a date that floats around in our heads almost like a birthday or a holiday.
Corporation shareholders have a different set of rules for filing with the IRS. In 2017 the deadline for filing a corporation tax return or extension was/is March 15th. There are various types of business entities. Among them are Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Estates & Trusts, Corporations, S-Corps, Real Estate Investment Trusts, etc.
Non-corporations have a filing date of April 17th (in 2017), but corporations have a deadline of March 15th. So, get up to speed immediately. It may not be too late to contact Mike Mathews. Mike is a certified public accountant and business tax preparer in Las Vegas. Don’t wait another minute! Call Mike for an appointment at his Northwest Regatta Drive office in Las Vegas at (702) 240-5237.