• Churches must submit to the Social Security Administration "Copy A" of each W-2 form issued to employees (for 2015) along with a W-3 transmittal form on or before this date.
• Churches must submit to the IRS "Copy A" of each 1099-MISC form issued to self-employed persons (for 2015) along with a 1096 transmittal form on or before this date.
• Churches must file Form 1098-C with the IRS by this date to report the sale or use of a donated vehicle.
• Applicable Large Employers, generally employers with 50 or more full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) in the previous year, must file a Form 1095-C for each employee who was a full-time employee of the employer for any month of the calendar year. Generally, the employer is required to furnish a copy of Form 1095-C (or a substitute form) to the employee. The employer also files a Form 1094-C transmittal form with the IRS (including copies of each Form 1095-C). The purpose of this form is to ensure that applicable large employers are complying with the shared responsibility provisions of the ACA. Forms 1094-C and 1095-C must be issued by this date (or by March 31 if issued electronically).
Note: If a date listed for filing a return or making a tax payment falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday (either national or statewide in a state where the return is required to be filed), the return or tax payment is due on the following business day.
Note: You must use electronic funds transfer to make all federal employment tax deposits. This is generally done using the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, a free service provided by the U.S. Department of Treasury. If you don't wish to use EFTPS, you can arrange for your tax professional, financial institution, or payroll service to make deposits on your behalf. Failure to make a timely deposit may subject you to a 10-percent penalty.
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