When Does a Business Pay Quarterly Sales Taxes?


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Businesses that meet the requirements for quarterly income taxes must file four times a year: April 15, July 15, September 15 and January 15. If any of these dates falls on a weekend, the due date defaults to the next business day.

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Not all companies are required to pay estimated taxes. Those filing as a sole proprietor, partner, S corporation shareholder or self-employed individual are required to pay estimated taxes so long as the balance owed for the next tax year is over $1,000. If estimated tax is not paid as required, businesses may be subject to underpayment fees upon filing an income tax return.

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