IRS Tax Calendar for Businesses and Self-Employed

IRS Tax Calendar for Businesses and Self-Employed
Online Calendar
View due dates and actions for each month. You can see all events or filter them by monthly depositor, semiweekly depositor, excise, or general event types.


Desktop Calendar Tool
The IRS CalendarConnector provides access to Important Tax Dates for Small Businesses right from your desktop, even when you're offline. As new events are added, they will be automatically updated via the desktop tool.
A new version of the IRS CalendarConnector is available. 

If you have the original version installed, you may wish to uninstall it, as IRS CalendarConnector 2 has a few new features:
1.       Employer events are now separated into "Monthly Depositor" and "Semiweekly Depositor" categories. You can use checkboxes to select as many event categories as you would like to display:

·         General
·         Monthly Depositor
·         Semiweekly Depositor
·         Excise
         When you click the "minimize" button, IRS CalendarConnector 2 positions itself in the Windows System Tray or in the Mac Dock so that it is readily accessible but doesn't consume screen space unless you are reading it.


Subscribe to or Import into Your Calendar Program
You have the option to Subscribe to the Small Businesses calendar using Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 or Mac iCal. Outlook 2003 does not have the ability to subscribe but you can Download the IRS Important Tax Dates from the calendar.

Subscribe
Subscribing adds web calendar data to your calendar program.
The web calendar data will be updated automatically, but you will not be able to make manual changes to it.
Download
Downloading lets you add a one-time "snapshot" of the calendar events to your calendar program (e.g. Outlook).
Outlook will allow you to edit this imported calendar data, but will not automatically refresh it when data is updated by IRS.

View the 
Instructions to Subscribe to or Import the Tax Calendar

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