Q3 Estimated Taxes Due on Monday

It’s that time of the year again! For people and companies in the US (LLCs for example), estimated taxes are due quarterly. Because the typical September 15 due date falls on a weekend this year, Q3 estimated taxes are due  to be postmarked on Monday, September 17, 2012.

I don’t love writing checks to the US and NY governments, but it sure beats not having to pay taxes!

If you haven’t sent your third quarter estimated taxes in yet, now is the time to do it.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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    • The reason why I want to see Rumney’s tax return is to see what kind of tax loopholes, how and where he is making the money….

      I really don’t care how much he makes, just want to know where he is making the money.

      He is going to lose!!!

  1. How do you treat domains for tax purposes? Do you write off costs for your domains each year – or do you have to carry all the costs until you sell the domain or let it go? My tax advisor recommends the latter, but this seems harsh to me.

  2. Done ! package to Uncle Sammy sent last week.

    I hope to owe more on the sales of domains DomainNameTaxes.com, LowTaxes.net and CapitalGainsRate.com … Hopefully before the US tax rates go UP ! — LOL


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