Category Archives: Filing Deadline

TaxMama’s TaxQuips Final Filing Deadline 2020

Here it is again, the end – the final filing deadline for 2020 – for most people. TaxMama® wants to give you some last-minute tips.         Dear Family, It’s October again. The filing deadline for individuals (1040) and C corporations (1120) that got extensions in April must file by Thursday, October 15th. […]

TaxMama’s TaxQuips Filing Deadline Approaches

Today TaxMama®  wants to provide some tips before the upcoming July 15th filing deadline.                 Dear Family, I hope you’re able to enjoy (what we used to call) a “safe and sane” 4th of July holiday. When arriving in Los Angeles many decades ago, we used to have […]

Insanity Update and Alerts

BREAKING NEWS – Marchh 20, 2020  – Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tweeted Friday that President Trump has directed him to move Tax Day to July 15, giving taxpayers more time to file their taxes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. “At @realDonaldTrump’s direction, we are moving Tax Day from April 15 to July 15,” […]

TaxMama’s TaxQuips Filing Deadlines Coming Up

Today TaxMama® wants to talk to you about the upcoming deadline on Monday. Yes, we do have an extra day, because the 15th is on a weekend.             Dear Family, Coming up on Monday, here is what’s due: Form 1065 – Partnership tax returns and K-1s (for partnerships and LLCs […]

Tax Day 2019 Last Minute Tips

Today is a day of deadlines – important ones. So please pay attention!
Myth-busting–Filing an extension does not increase your audit risk.

Not Filing Prior Years – Wasting Refunds

Today TaxMama® hears from C in the TaxQuips forum. She has an all-too common problem. “I have a tax return that I completed but did not mail off from 2013, I know you have to process your taxes within 3 years, is there any way to mail off this 2013 tax return and get my […]

Disastrous Tax Issues

Today TaxMama® says we are facing Hurricane Irma in Florida, dealing with the devastation of Harvey in Texas – and the biggest fire in Los Angeles history. So let’s talk about the special tax breaks available to you.