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After a tumultuous year for small business owners, taxes might be the last thing on your mind when you’re thinking about your LLC. This article will walk you through the 2020 tax due dates for multi-member LLCs that you will need to keep an eye out for this year.
Many small businesses are filed as Multi-Member LLCs. After a tumultuous year for small business owners, taxes might be the last thing on your mind when you’re thinking about your LLC. This article will walk you through the 2020 tax due dates for multi-member LLCs that you will need to keep an eye out for this year.
|Original return or 6-month extension due date||3/15/2021|
|Extended due date of Form 1065||9/15/2021|
No Estimated tax payments are required for federal tax purposes.
Don’t let one of these important dates slip your mind this year! KPMG Spark is in your corner, making sure your business is ready for tax season. Our bookkeepers can help you navigate your financials, from daily expenses to tax milestones. Be more prepared than ever for tax season and schedule a consult with us today!
Click here for more information about 2020 Tax due dates for individuals.
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