Are you running a small business? Would you like a calendar packed with valuable business tax information? The IRS is offering a free calendar to help you keep track of tax deadlines and important dates throughout the year.
You might be surprised to learn that the IRS publishes a calendar, like our popular Web site, IRS.gov, the calendar is part of our many services to help owners and operators of small businesses.
The Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed Individuals from the travel expenses.is a 12-month calendar filled with deadline reminders, important information such as changes in deductible and business tips such as how to organize business and
This widely-used special business tax calendar provides thewith a ready resource for meeting his or her tax obligations.
Each page of the calendar highlights different tax issues and tips such as business planning,, tracking your records, and protecting your information that are especially relevant to small-business owners. The calendar has room each month to add notes, or business appointments.
Topics include information on general business taxes, IRS and Social Security Administration customer assistance, electronic filing and paying options, retirement plans, business publications and forms, common tax filing dates, federal holidays and much more.
The 2008 IRS Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed, Publication 1518, is now available in both English and Spanish versions. For an online version of the calendar, visit the Small Business Self-Employed pages on the IRS Web site at IRS.gov. On IRS.gov you can download the tax calendar due dates and actions, and import them into Outlook or iCal. Printed copies of the tax calendar can also be ordered online or by calling 800-TAX-FORM ( ).
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