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2 Your Career June 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

2 Your Career June 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

June
    

15th     Corporation Tax (New York C Corporation and New York S Corporation) Estimated Tax Payments for Calendar Year Filers Due

  •       Personal Income Tax (and MCTMT if applicable) Estimated Tax Payments Due
  •       Partnership and LLC Estimated Tax Payments Due (NYS and MCTMT if applicable) (For payments required to be made on behalf of nonresident partners and members and C corporations)
  •       S Corporation Estimated Tax Payments Due (For payments required to be made on behalf of nonresident shareholders)

20th     Sales Tax Return for Quarterly Filers Due
      Sales Tax Return for Monthly Filers Due

 

Source: New York State Department of Taxation and Finance

2 Your Career May 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

2 Your Career May 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

May
    
1st     Employer's Quarterly MCTMT Return Due
      Employer's Quarterly Combined Withholding, Wage Reporting, and Unemployment Insurance Return Due
22nd     Sales Tax Return for Monthly Filers Due

 

Source: New York State Department of Taxation and Finance

2 Your Career April 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

2 Your Career April 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

April
    

 18th     New York C Corporation Tax Return for Calendar Year Filers Due

  •     Personal Income Tax and Fiduciary Tax Returns for Calendar Year Filers Due
  •       Personal Income Tax Estimated Tax Payment Due
  •       Partnership and LLC Estimated Tax Payments Due (NYS and MCTMT if applicable) (For payments required to be made on behalf of nonresident partners and members and C corporations)
  •       S Corporation Estimated Tax Payments Due (For payments required to be made on behalf of nonresident shareholders)


20th     Sales Tax Return for Monthly Filers Due

 

2 Your Career March 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

2 Your Career March 2017 Deadlines Tax Filing Dates

March 2017
    

 15th     New York S Corporation Tax Return for Calendar Year Filers Due

  •      Mandatory First Installment (MFI) of Estimated Tax for New York S Corporations Due with return or extension for calendar year filers
  •       Mandatory First Installment (MFI) of Estimated Tax for New York C Corporations Due with Form CT-300 for calendar year filers
  •       Partnership, Limited Liability Company, and Limited Liability Partnership Filing Fee for Calendar Year Filers Due
  •       Partnership Tax Return for Calendar Year Filers Due

20th     Sales Tax Return for Quarterly Filers Due

Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank Kick Off Touchdown for Teachers Contest

Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank Kick Off Touchdown for Teachers Contest

Western New Yorkers asked to nominate outstanding educators in their community

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — For the 9th consecutive year, the Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank are calling on fans to nominate Western New York’s “Hall of Fame-caliber” educators for the 2017 M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers program, which recognizes local teachers for extraordinary service to their schools and communities.

This year, the Bills and M&T are hoping to gather the most nominations in the program’s history. To make it happen, they’re challenging each of the schools throughout the 15-county region that is eligible for the competition to nominate at least one of their outstanding teachers.

Don’t Fall for Scam Calls and Emails Posing as IRS

Scams continue to use the IRS as a lure. These tax scams take many different forms. The most common scams are phone calls and emails from thieves who pretend to be from the IRS. Scammers use the IRS name, logo or a fake website to try and steal money from taxpayers. Identity theft can also happen with these scams.

Taxpayers need to be wary of phone calls or automated messages from someone who claims to be from the IRS. Often these criminals will say the taxpayer owes money. They also demand payment right away. Other times scammers will lie to a taxpayer and say they are due a refund. The thieves ask for bank account information over the phone. The IRS warns taxpayers not to fall for these scams.

Below are several tips that will help filers avoid becoming a scam victim.

IRS employees will NOT:

Early Withdrawals from Retirement Plans

Many people find it necessary to take out money early from their IRA or retirement plan. Doing so, however, can trigger an additional tax on top of income tax taxpayers may have to pay. Here are a few key points to know about taking an early distribution: