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TAS Tax Tip: Your tax “to-do” list: important tax dates for 2024

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Looking for your tax “to-do list” for 2024? When dealing with IRS, there are important tax deadlines throughout the year. Here are a few key dates for 2024 to keep you in the know. For a more comprehensive list of dates and deadlines for individuals and businesses, explore IRS Publication 509 


January 16 – Final estimated tax payment of 2023 due 

January 29 – Tax filing season begins 

January 31 – Due date for employers to provide annual income information (e.g., Forms W-2 or 1099) 

February 15 – Deadline to file form W-4 to maintain exemption for tax withholding 

March 15 – Partnerships and S corporations file 2023 calendar year returns 

April 15 – Individual taxes due, or request for extension of time to file 

April 15 – First estimated tax of 2024 due 

April 15 – Last day to make contributions to health savings accounts and individual retirement accounts for 2023 

April 17 – Individual taxes due for residents of Maine and Massachusetts due to state holidays 

June 17 – Individual taxes due for citizens and resident aliens living and working outside the U.S. 

June 17 – Second quarter estimated taxes due 

September 16 – Third quarter estimated taxes due 

October 15 – Tax due date for individuals who filed for an extension  

December 31 – Deadline for Required Minimum Distributions for retirement accounts 

January 15, 2025 – Final estimated tax payment of 2024 due 


Taxpayers affected by disasters may be eligible for relief, including extensions of time to file. Visit Tax Relief in Disaster Situations for more information.  

If you are experiencing tax issues causing a financial hardship, TAS may be able to help. Visit our Qualifier Tool for more information.  

All taxpayers have rights when dealing with the IRS. Learn more about the Taxpayer Bill of Rights