We can take care of all of your tax filings, as part of our accounting and bookkeeping services.
Just as a reminder, though, below are filing dates for some of the most common types of taxes.
March 15 (corporations and S corporations)
April 15 (individuals, partnerships, and LLCs)
Sales Tax – City and Colorado
Sales tax filing dates depend on the amount of tax that you’re collecting. City and state sales tax could be due monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
Monthly Sales Tax Returns:
Monthly sales tax returns are due on the 20th of the month, following the reporting month.
Quarterly Sales Tax Returns:
January 20 (for the period October 1 – December 31 of the previous year)
April 20 (for the period January 1 – March 31)
July 20 (for the period April 1 – June 30)
October 20 (for the period July 1 – September 30)
Annual Sales Tax Returns:
Annual sales tax returns are due on January 20, for the previous year’s reporting period.
Use Tax – Colorado
January 20 (for the previous year, if the tax owed is less than $300 for the year)
20th of the month (if the total tax exceeds $300 for any previous month)
Federal Withholding Tax
There are two Federal Withholding Tax deposit schedules, monthly and bi-weekly. Before the beginning of each calendar year, you must determine which of the two deposit schedules you’ll be required to use. The deposit schedule you must use is based on the total tax liability you reported on Form 941 during a lookback period. Schedules for depositing and reporting federal taxes aren’t the same. You must use electronic funds transfer (EFTPS) to make all federal tax deposits.
January 31 (for the period October 1 – December 31 of the previous year)
April 30 (for the period January 1 – March 31)
July 31 (for the period April 1 – June 30)
October 31 (for the period July 1 – September 30)
See the information above.
Colorado Withholding Tax
Colorado withholding tax payments and forms could be due weekly, monthly, quarterly, or seasonally.
Estimated Tax Payments For Individuals And Sole Proprietorships
January 15 (for the period September 1 – December 31 of the previous year)
April 15 (for the period January 1 – March 31, and for the previous year if you owe any taxes on your annual 1040 return)
June 15 (for the period April 1 – May 31)
September 15 (for the period June 1 – August 31)
Unemployment Insurance – Federal (FUTA)
January 31 (for the period January 1 – December 31 of the previous year)
Unemployment Insurance – Colorado (CUI)
January 31 (for wages paid in October-December of the previous year)
April 30 (for wages paid in January-March)
July 31 (for wages paid in April-June)
October 31 (for wages paid in July-September)
W-2s and 1099s are required to be filed and mailed to employees, independent contractors, and vendors (that aren’t incorporated or required by the IRS) by January 31.
Please note: We provide accounting and bookkeeping services for small businesses and organizations in the Denver metro area and throughout Colorado.