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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 2014 Calendar of Important Finance Dates Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 IRS mailing deadline for Form 1099-B, 1099-S Deadline to file new W-4 with an employer. IRS mailing deadline for non-retirement brokerage accounts holding REMICs, FASITs, and CMOs, as well as Form1042-S. Quarterly estimated taxes for Q1 2014 due. Mar. 17: Jan. 30: Feb. 18: Feb. 28: Jan. 15: Apr. 15: Individual tax returns or extensions for tax year 2013 are due. Forms 1040-ES must be postmarked by this date. Also deadline to make 2013 contributions to a traditional or Roth IRA. Deadline for non-profits to file Form 990 or Form 8868. IRS deadline for the following forms: 5498, 5498-SA, and 1099-R. Also the deadline for employers to mail W-2s. June 2: IRS mailing deadline for IRA Form 5498 and Health Savings Account Form 5498-SA. June 16: Dec. 31: May 15: Federal deadline for FAFSAs to be submitted. Aug.: Employees should check in with HR department regarding upcoming open enrollment deadlines. College students should be aware of registration and payment deadlines for Summer/Fall terms. Sep. 15: Third quarter 2014 estimated tax payment due. Deadline tofile 2013 corporate tax returns, trust income tax returns, and partnership tax returns if extension was granted. June 30: Deadline for U.S. citizens living abroad to file 2013 individual income taxes and pay any taxes due, or file Form 4868 to request an extension. Second quarter estimated tax paymentfor 2014 due. Brought to you by GOBankingRates Extended Individual Tax Returns due. Deadline to re-characterize or undo a 2013 Roth IRA conversion. Deadline to establish 2014 SIMPLE IRA. Oct. 1: Oct. 15: Nov.: Numerous financial aid deadlines occur in November depending on the school; students are encouraged to check with their schools regarding specific dates. Dec. 1: Last day to set up a solo 401(k), as well as spend any remaining FSA funds. Health Savings Account holders who became eligible to open an HSA sometime during the year, rather than on Jan. 1, may contribute and deduct the full amount federally allowed.
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