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IRS Tax Calendar for Businesses and Self-Employed

“2018 IRS Tax Calendar”


January 1

January 15

February 19

April 16
May 28
July 4
September 3
October 8
November 10
November 22
December 25

New Year’s Day

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

Washington's Birthday

District of Columbia Emancipation Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veterans' Day (Observed)
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day



January 29


April 17
April 24

June 15


October 15

October 22

First day to electronically file and first IRS acknowledgments of e-filed returns
Last day to e-file timely returns and extension requests
Last day to retransmit rejected timely filed returns and extensions
Last day to e-file timely extension request for overseas taxpayers
Last day to e-file returns that received 6-month extension
Last day to retransmit rejected late or extension returns



January 10

January 16

February 10

March 12

April 10

April 17



April 17

May 10

June 11
June 15
July 10
August 10
September 10
September 17
October 10
October 15


November 13

December 10

Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Make last 2017 estimated tax payment
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Due date to file calendar year 2017 tax returns or request an automatic 6-month extension of time toile. Pay any tax that is due, even if you file a 6-month extension of time to file.
First 2018 estimated tax payment due
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Second 2018 estimated tax payment due
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Third 2018 estimated tax payment due
Report tips of $20 or more to employer
Final due date to file calendar year 2017 tax returns for taxpayers who received a 6-month extension
Report tips of $20 or more to employer

Report tips of $20 or more to employer

Individuals: Federal Legal Holidays: E-File: