Upcoming Reporting Deadlines April 2011

For businesses and organizations with a June 30 fiscal year, now is the time to plan for year-end cut-off. Look closely at transactions in June through August to ensure they are captured in the correct fiscal year. This will make audit and tax preparation much easier.

Keep the following dates in mind.

 

May 15 Form 990 – Federal tax return for not-for-profits with a December 31 fiscal yearend.

Form PC – MA State Tax Filing for Not-for-profits with a December 31 fiscal yearend.

RI Form 1120-S due for not-for-profits filing a 990-T with a December 31 fiscal yearend.

Conn. S Corporation tax filing due for December 31 fiscal yearend.   

June 1 - 30 Rhode Island nonprofits required to file annual report to the Secretary of State, regardless of yearend.   
June 15 Federal Form 1120 – Return of corporations for Mar. 31 fiscal yearend.

Most corporate business state tax filings for Mar. 31 fiscal yearend. (Mass. Form 355, RI Form 1120.)

Corporate annual report to Mass. Secretary of State for Mar. 31 fiscal yearend.   

June 30 A-133 audit filing for companies with Sept. 30 fiscal yearend.   
July 1 Conn. C corporation business tax filing due for Mar. 31 fiscal yearend.   
July 15 Conn. S corporation business tax filing due for Mar. 31 fiscal yearend.   
August 15 Mass. Form PC – Tax filing for nonprofits for Mar. 31 fiscal year end. 

Conn. nonprofit tax filing for Mar. 31 fiscal year end.

Federal Form 990 – Tax return for nonprofits for Mar. 31 fiscal year end.

RI Form 1120S due for nonprofits filing Federal Form 990-T for Mar. 31 fiscal year end.

 

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