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Due Date

The particular day on or before which something must be done to comply with law or contractual obligation.

See: maturity
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For partnership returns, the new due date is March 15 (for calendar-year partnerships) and the 15th day of the third month following the close of the fiscal year (for fiscal-year partnerships).
In the traditional LMS, a teacher had to create a second course just to have a separate due date for that section.
We randomly generated due dates according to processing times in test problems.
But the chances of having a second child on the due date is even rarer.
1502-76(c) contains special rules for determining the due date of a short-period return that results from a consolidated group's acquisition of a stand-alone corporation or the common parent of a different consolidated group.
The big picture would include a view of not only all the operations required for any specific job but also the operations and due dates for every job in the shop.
When the corporation's short year resulted from an early termination of the tax year, the final installment would be due on the due date of the next installment without regard to the termination of the corporation's tax year.
And so it's clear the posted date is today's date, and not some other due date, use a little Excel trick to combine both the current date and a brief text description, such as "Today is.
Regrettably, the complexity of the federal tax law and the horrific reporting and compliance burdens engendered by that complexity frequently do not permit taxpayers to file their federal returns until on or shortly before the extended federal due date.
2002-15 is now modified and superseded by extending the time for filing a late initial entity--classification election beyond six months, to the unextended due date for the Federal return of the entity's desired classification for the year of its formation.
An appendix containing signed copies of all related legal agreements, such as trusts, collateral assignments, loan and financing documents, payment schedules, tax due dates, tax opinions, the insurance policy itself and the illustration.
Announcement 89-98 delayed the due dates for filing Form 3115 in order to change to a capitalization method of accounting until the transition procedures in Rev.