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How does a corporation file taxes if incorporated in a middle of the year

 
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Category : > Business Tax
Posted On : Thu Nov 25th,2010

 
We will discuss the due date to file taxes if the corporation was formed in the middle of the year. An entity is still required to file business tax returns even if there was no activity to avoid admin dissolution of the company.
 

A corporation files taxes based on the date that was mentioned on the Form SS4 or when applied an EIN electronically with the Internal Revenue service.

 

Generally, A taxpayer has following options to file business taxes:

  • Sole Proprietorship Business Tax Due Date - An owner of a sole proprietorship generally files taxes on or before April, 15 of each year. :
  • C-Corporation Tax Due Date - The stockholder(s) either elect a fiscal or a calendar year end, however, it was mentioned on the Form SS4 at the time of applying the employer identification number.
  • S-Corporation Tax Due Date - Generally, An S Corporation files taxes by March, 15 of each year or otherwise requested for a fiscal year end with the Internal Revenue Service. Whereas, the stockholder(s) file taxes on or before April, 15 of each year.
  • Limited Liability Company Tax Due Date - Generally, A Limited Liability Company files business return on or before the April, 15 of each year, so do members if the LLC.
  • Limited Partnerships Tax Due Dates - Generally, Partners of the limited partnerships file tax returns on or before April, 15 of each year.
  


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