US Tax Filing Deadlines and Important Dates
Are you a citizen of the United States or a Green Card Holder residing in Canada? Do you have an interest in a U.S. or foreign business entity? You should be aware of the important dates and deadlines of your income tax filing requirements. In most cases, a U.S. individual income tax returns and certain business returns must be filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by April 15. However, extension until June 15 (and beyond, as applicable) can be made if you reside outside of the United States.
NOTE: Taxpayers should consult with their US tax advisor or a qualified US tax professional to determine WHAT FORM is required to be filed and WHAT DUE DATE for filing their tax returns and forms under their facts and circumstances applies, as some exceptions to the information presented here apply. The information presented here is of general nature and for educational purposes only. It does not represent tax or legal advice. Furthermore, it provides an overview of most commonly used forms and does not contain every possible form or due date that may apply to your facts and circumstances. Please review your U.S. tax filing requirements with your U.S. tax advisor.
NOTE: If the due date for filing falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, file by the next business day. Some exceptions apply.
NOTE: Dates are adjusted and revised every year. The due dates below reflect due dates relevant to the 2016 year filings.
NOTE: Although the links to various forms were provided for your convenience, please do not rely on the forms linked and confirm that the linked form is current by visiting www.irs.gov.