It’s 2017 and time to start Tax Planning for your Startup! Don’t worry, we’ve done all the work for you by creating customized 2017 Startup Tax Compliance Calendars for Startups based in San Francisco, New York, Palo Alto and Santa Monica.
You’ll find San Francisco’s Key Startup Tax Compliance Dates below to make it easy for you.
FEB 28: SF Payroll Tax and Gross Receipts Tax for 2016 filing & payment due. Pay 0.750% + PADJ 16% of 2016 SF Payroll.
MAR 1: Delaware Annual Franchise Report filing due: Pay a min. of $400, +more if you have significant funding.
APR 1: SF 571-L Business Property Tax filing due. Initial date.
APR 15: File the R&D Tax Credit Form 6765 with your tax return. Can extend to Sept 15.
APR 15: File the CA Franchise Tax due. Pay $800.
APR 30: SF Payroll Tax & Gross Receipts Tax Quarterly Filing & payment due. Pay 0.375% + PADJ 17% of Q1 2017 SF Payroll.
APR 30: Claim your R&D Tax Credits on Form 941.
MAY 7: SF 571-L Business Property Tax filing due. Final date.
MAY 31: SF Business Registration Renewal filing due. Payment calc’ed on Gross Receipts.
JUL 31: SF Payroll Tax & Gross Receipts Tax Quarterly Filing & payment due. Pay 0.375% + PADJ 17% of Q2 2017 SF Payroll.
JUL 31: Claim your R&D Tax Credits on Form 941.
AUG 31: SF 571-L Business Property Tax due. Pay 1.18% of Taxable Business Property.
SEPT 15: C Corp Form 1120 Tax Return final due date if extension was filed.OCT 31: SF Payroll Tax & Gross Receipts Tax Quarterly Filing & payment due. Pay 0.375% + PADJ 17% of Q3 2017 SF Payroll.
OCT 31: Claim your R&D Tax Credits on Form 941.
ROLLING DURING 2017: CA Statement of Information due. Pay $25.
*Every startup is different and so are its tax compliance needs. This is only a guideline. Please consult your tax professional.
_IRS Circular 230 Disclaimer: To ensure compliance with IRS Circular 230, any U.S. federal tax advice provided in this communication is not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used by the recipient or any other taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties that may be imposed on the recipient or any other taxpayer._