Harris Tax and Business Services LLC

Corporate Tax Returns

We prepare all corporate tax returns. This includes returns for: Sole Proprietors; Partnerships; Corporations, LLCs, and Non-Profits
  • Sole Proprietors are included on Federal 1040 Returns
  • We file forms 940, 941; Payroll taxes;  and W2's; 1096's 
  • We prepare and issue 1099's and W2's 
  • We process  W4's, W9's, and I9's
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With corporations and non- profits, some of the largest penalties are caused by late or non-reporting of tax returns to the governing agencies.  Many times, a lot of these penalties can be avoided by sustaining good record keeping and knowing when and how the tax returns and schedules should be filed.

If you want to avoid or have had corporate tax issues in the past due to any of the above, reach out to us now!

Are You a Partnership and How do You File? 

  • A partnership is the relationship existing between two or more persons who join to carry on a trade or business.  Each person contributes money, property, labor or skill, and expects to share in the profits and losses of the business
  • A partnership must file an annual information to report the income, deductions, gains, losses, etc., from its operations, but it does not pay income tax

  • Instead, it "passes through" any profits or losses to its partners.  Each partner includes his or her share of the partnership's income or loss on his or her tax return

When to File?

Tax Filing is part of the business operation.  Filing on time and issuing forms on time keeps everybody happy.  So, schedule this activity ahead of time


4 months after fiscal or calendar year ends.  Can get a 5-month extension


3 months after fiscal or calendar year ends.  Can get a 6-month extension


May 15th of the year is the deadline to file your tax returns.  Can get a 3-month extension  

If You Are a Non-Profit, know what a "File Extension" costs you

  • You can request an extension of time to file if needed.   However, an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay.  You will owe interest on any past due tax and you may be subject to a late payment penalty if timely payment is not made
  • If you don't request an extension, the IRS will assess a penalty of at least $20 for each day your tax form is late 

Other Filing Dates


All W2's must be issued to recipients by January 31st after the end of the tax year


All 1099's must be issued to recipients by February 1st after the end of the tax year


All W3's must be transmitted by February 28th after the end of the tax year

1098's, 1099's and W2G's

All 1098's, 1099's and W2G's must be transmitted by March 31st

For the Official and latest Regulatory Information, visit the IRS website  

Even More Questions Now?

                               At Harris Tax and Business Services, we understand that tax law can be confusing so ask questions and get educated               to know how we can help you
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