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2012 Taxpayer Relief Act For Business & Investments

After weeks of negotiation, Congress has passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act to avert the tax side of the “Fiscal Cliff” and bring some certainty to the Tax Code. Almost all taxpayers are affected by the numerous extensions and modifications. Many popular but temporary tax extenders relating to businesses are included in the American Taxpayer Relief Act. Among them is Code Sec. 179 small business expensing, bonus depreciation, the research tax credit, and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. This letter provides some highlights of the American Taxpayer Relief Act as it applies to investments and business taxpayers.

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Estimated Payment Due

Taxpayers who do not pay at least 90 percent of their tax through withholding generally are required to estimate their income tax liability and make quarterly payments of that liability during the year on the 15th day of the 4th, 6th, 9th and 12th months of their tax year. This applies to some Corporations and certain exempt organizations as well. Note, that if this date falls on a weekend or a holiday, the deadline will be the next business day.

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State Corporate Filing Websites

Typically corporations are required to file annual reports, most of which can be easily filed online. We hope that the following list will be helpful, please contact us< if you need any assistance. We have marked the most common states. 

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