The first quarter of Federal Excise Tax returns got due by April 30, 2021 and if you have missed the due date you still have time to report this excise taxes with the IRS. Report the taxes as early as possible to reduce the late filing and interest charges on the delay. TaxExcies.com has a intuit solution for taxpayers that would enhance the excise tax reporting process. This is a self serviced tax reporting website and getting started is simple, just start using by registering with your email and you have help around to walk you through the process screen by screen. No upfront charges, try for free and pay only when you opt to eFile or print the tax return.Continue reading You Still Have Time to Complete Your Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Returns
The electronic filing platform have seen a consistent growth over the years and now this is the most preferred method to report and pay the Federal Taxes. The electronic filing also leads the taxpayers to directly report and pay the taxes with the IRS. The situation due to pandemic has pushed the taxpayers towards electronic filing. TaxExcise.com is a pioneer in handling Quarterly Excise Tax returns since 2007, infact the only website that supports electronic filing for all the Federal Excise Tax Forms at one place.Continue reading Today April 30 Due Date For First Quarter Federal Excise Tax Reporting
The tax season of 2021 is in full swing, the deadline for filing a personal income tax return was extended to May 17, 2021. This also extends the deadline for any money owed without incurring a late fee or interest penalties. However IRS has now moved or pushed away the 1st Quarter Federal Excise Tax reporting dates and this falls due this week. April 30, 2021 is the deadline and choose eFiling at TaxExcise.com, the priority efiling at an affordable rate.Continue reading April 30 Is The Due Date For First Quarter Federal Excise Taxes And Just 5 Days To Go
As the FIRST IRS AUTHORIZED & ONLY DECADE OLD E-file Service Provider for E-filing, it is our duty to alert all excise taxpayers of the upcoming deadline. Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Reporting, to be sent by the end of the calendar quarter. Form 720 is filed quarterly to record taxes levied on the manufacturing, distribution, or use of a certain class of goods and materials, with the first quarter deadline falling on April 30th, 2021. We’re halfway through April, which means we’re approaching the Due Date for the first quarter of 2021. Walking to the local IRS office or mailing the paper-filled Form 720 in this short time period is the slowest way of filing form 720 and you can foresee a delay in getting the filings acknowledged and if the date is skipped or filed late, you will have to incur penalties.
Keep in mind that even though you have no sales to record, you must also file a Form 720 by choosing the alternative for a Zero Return (Zero Tax Liability). This is to notify the IRS that you have no Excise taxes to declare for the year.Continue reading With less than a month before the deadline, E-file Forms 720 and 2290 before April 30, 2021.
Did you know, The first PCORI fee was assessed for plan years ending after Sept. 30, 2012, and the fee for the first plan year was $1 per plan enrolee, it increased to $2 per enrolee in the second year and was then indexed in subsequent years based on the increase of the projected per capita amount of National Health Expenditures.
We have certainly received an influx of inquiries regarding the IRS’ plans for PCORI, and just as we thought, the IRS has EXTENDED the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Fee (PCORI) for an additional 10 YEARS. As a result of this extension, PCORI fee will continue to be imposed through 2029.
In the Sections 4375 and 4376, the IRS set the amount used to calculate the PCORI fee at $2.54 per person covered by plan years ending Oct. 1, 2019, through Sept. 30, 2020. The applicable rate for policy and plan years ending on or after October 1, 2020, will be included in future revisions.
The next annual fee that sponsors of self-insured health plans must pay to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is due July 31, 2020, and should be reported on the second quarter filing of 2020.Continue reading 10-Year Extension of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Fee, due by July 31, 2020