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Denver Tax Return: Individual and Married Filing Dates to Remember

February 18, 2022

The new year is now in full swing and as January switches into the rearview, it’s time to begin thinking about filing your tax return. For many individuals, their tax documents have already begun to arrive and it's important to remember these are necessary for filing and keep them in a safe location. Once you have everything you need - W-2 forms, 1099’s, interest statements, etc. - then setting up an appointment for your filing is the next step in the process. You’ll also want to keep enough time between this date and the deadline in order to accommodate for any adjustments or additional information that may be needed. By getting a head start on the filing process, the quicker you may receive a refund or, in the event an amount is due, you’ll have longer to save up for a potential payment.

If you don’t operate a business, knowing how to choose your tax filing status can be extremely beneficial. However, if you are uncertain of which category to select, expert guidance is available and it can be determined once you are ready to file. Some filing deadline dates differ, depending on individual versus corporate returns, but for those who are filing as single, married (either version), head of household, or a widow, there are two important dates to note as you prepare to report last year’s earnings and file a return.
APRIL 18, 2022

The first approaching deadline for individuals is a bit extended this year from the traditional date, but this delay has nothing to do with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. After two years of delays because of Covid-19 concerns, the tax filing deadline should return to its traditional April 15 deadline this year, however, that day is a holiday in Washington DC (Emancipation Day), and will give taxpayers another few days to file their returns. April 15 falls on a Friday this year, but due to this holiday, the deadline to file your return, request an extension, and/or pay taxes owed is April 18 this tax filing season. 
OCTOBER 17, 2022

An extension to file typically gives taxpayers an additional six months to submit their paperwork. For those needing this break, it’s important to remember the extension only accounts for any filings and not payment. If you typically owe taxes or think you may this year, then the above April 18 date applies to submitting payments, as there is no extension for this requirement. Even though the April date is a bit delayed, due to the DC holiday, the October date would have remained on the 15th, but this year that is a weekend and thus the next business day is October 17. It is here where the deadline for submitting those returns for individuals who filed extensions must be turned in to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for processing.

If you need assistance determining your filing status, submitting a return, or have any other tax related questions then let the professionals at Bloch Rothman and Associates assist you today. In addition to providing answers for your questions, they can also take care of multiple other issues dealing with paying or owing back taxes, required audits signaled by either the IRS or an outside agency, or any other personal or corporate wealth management issues. Along with providing a top quality tax service, our group can also complete all types of returns and get answers to any other factors associated with financial issues or concerns you may have. Serving Denver and all of the surrounding areas for 35 years, our firm has an extensive history in helping clients with any and all of their tax issues or dealings with the Internal Revenue Service. If you have questions about your personal, business, estate, or any other filings, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Available for all of your tax needs, there are also a number of bookkeeping and payroll services offered to assist you and your business. We look forward to meeting you and providing the type of service you can rely on whatever your needs may be very soon!