As a business owner, staying informed and prepared is key to success.
In this podcast, we'll discuss the most important events that you should plan for in 2023 to stay ahead of the game. From tax deadlines and industry trade shows to new legislation and market trends, we'll cover everything you need to know to make informed decisions and achieve your goals in the coming year. Don't let unexpected challenges derail your business – tune in to this podcast and stay ahead of the curve in 2023.
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Introduction: Have you ever been excited about a trip, all packed, and when you arrive at the airport, realize you forgot something very important? In this episode, we’re going to be sharing some important dates and events every business owner should be planning for as they travel through 2023.
Welcome to The Stuff Your Accountant Isn’t Telling You Podcast, where we tell small business owners how to use the secrets and strategies big businesses use to increase their profitability.
Tax deadlines: These deadlines may vary depending on the type of business, so it is important for business owners to check with the relevant tax authority to ensure they comply. Federal deadlines are below:
January 16, 2023 - 4th quarter estimated tax -
January 31, 2023 - 1099s, and W-2 are due
March 15 - Partnerships & S-Corporate tax returns -
April 18 - eligible retirement contributions
April 18 - tax payments and tax returns due (if filing an extension, the payment is still due)
October 16 - tax returns that have been extended
Industry events and trade show: Vary depending on your industry. Many small businesses participate in industry events, and trade shows to showcase their products or services and connect with potential customers.
Why this is important - You’ll probably spend more money at these events, so you need to review them, decide what you’ll prioritize, and create a plan to cover these expenses.
Other tips - what is the ROI for these industry events? Financial or non-monetary?