HM Revenue & Customs: Deadlines and requirements for Corporation Tax

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· Introduction to Corporation Tax
· Corporation Tax for new companies and organisations
· Trading and non-trading for Corporation Tax explained
· Deadlines and requirements for Corporation Tax
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** Deadlines and requirements for Corporation Tax **

If your company or organisation is liable for Corporation Tax, you must
tell HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) that it's liable, pay any Corporation Tax
that's due and file a Company Tax Return on time.

You may have to do this even if your company or organisation is not active
or is dormant or has no Corporation Tax to pay. If you don't, your company
or organisation may have to pay a penalty or may be charged interest.

This guide will explain what your company or organisation needs to do for
Corporation Tax and when.

On this page:

· Deadlines for telling HMRC your company or organisation is active
· Your Corporation Tax payment is due before your Company Tax Return
· Deadlines for paying Corporation Tax
· Deadlines for filing your Company Tax Return
· More useful links

*Deadlines for telling HMRC your company or organisation is active*

-Limited companies-

Starting up a new limited company that's active

HMRC sends a newly formed limited company form CT41G (Corporation Tax -
Information for New Companies) within a


when are corporate taxes due

U.S. Tax Deadlines for the Year 2013


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** Income Tax Deadlines **

*Critical IRS Deadlines in the Year 2013*

By William Perez, Guide

The following is a compilation of various deadlines for filing returns with
the IRS and making various payments.

-January 15, 2013-

Deadline to pay your fourth quarter estimated tax payment for the year
2012. However, you can skip this estimated payment without penalty if you
file your return and pay your balance in full by January 31, 2013.

-January 30, 2013-

IRS begins accepting tax returns for processing. Some types of tax returns,
however, will need to wait until late February to mid-March.

-January 31, 2013 -

Deadline for employers to mail out Form W-2 and for businesses to furnish
Form 1099 statements reporting, among other things, non-employee
compensation, bank interest, dividends, and distributions from a retirement

Deadline for self-employed individuals to file and to pay their tax and
avoid an penalty for not making your 4th quarter estimated tax payment.

-February 15, 2013 -

Deadline for employees who claim exemption from withholding to file a new
Form W-4 with their employers.

Deadline for financial institutions to mail out Form 1099-B, relating to
sales of stock, bonds or mutual funds through a brokerage account, and Form
1099-S, relating to real estate transactions.

-March 1, 2013 -

Deadline for *farmers and fishermen* who have a balance due on their taxes
to file their individual tax return and pay the balance due without
incurring any late payment penalties. For more details, see the Farmer's
Tax Guide


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